SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A small earthquake with a 3.2 magnitude rattled the north end of the Gabilan Mountain Range near the town of San Juan Bautista Sunday morning, the USGS reported.
The quake struck shortly after 11 a.m. Sunday about 2 miles underground at an epicenter roughly 10 miles west of Hollister, close to the San Andreas Fault.READ MORE: 'Why Would Something Like This Happen To Me?' 94-Year-Old Anh 'Peng' Taylor Recovering After Shocking SF Stabbing Attack
No reports of damage have been received.READ MORE: House Votes To Repeal Of 2002 Iraq War Authorization, Long Championed By Oakland Rep. Barbara Lee
Earlier Sunday, a magnitude 3.9 quake struck the Sierra foothills about 14 miles from Chico. That quake was felt as far away as Sacramento.
About 234 earthquakes with magnitudes between 3.0 and 4.0 occur each year in California and Nevada.MORE NEWS: 'Landmark Victory;' Bay Area Lawmakers React to Obamacare Decision By U.S. Supreme Court Decision
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