SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — A small earthquake struck in San Jose Thursday morning, shaking a wide area of the South Bay.
The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake had a 3.6 magnitude and struck at 5:15 a.m. about five miles east of the Alum Rock neighborhood and a few miles northeast of Mount Hamilton.READ MORE: Gas Leak In San Francisco's Inner Richmond Prompts Shelter-In-Place, Evacuations
The quake was felt in a wide area of the South Bay, including Milpitas, Los Gatos and Morgan Hill.READ MORE: Newsom Signs Executive Order On Workplace Pandemic, Mask Rules Following Cal/OSHA Vote
The quake was reportedly felt as far south as Santa Cruz.
One resident in San Jose’s Evergreen neighborhood said he was woken by jolts that lasted five to seven seconds.MORE NEWS: Bay Area, NorCal Heatwave May Break Records; 'Potentially Life-Threating' Central Valley Temps
There was no report of any damage or injuries.