A solid 4.4 magnitude earthquake has shaken the Bay Area in no time before 3 a.m.
The quake struck at 2:39 a.m. also, was focused in Berkeley, as per USGS. The earthquake seems to have been focused close to the Claremont Hotel. The earthquake had a preparatory profundity of 8 miles.
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KRON4 has been overwhelmed with watcher calls and messages that it was felt over the Bay Area. Individuals detailed feeling the quake 40 miles south in San Jose.
USGS’s Keith Knudsen said this is named a direct earthquake.
He said the Bay Area ought to expect little consequential convulsions and that that is around a 5 to 10 percent possibility of another solid earthquake following this most recent one.
“We live in earthquake nation so we ought to do every one of the things they instruct us to do,” Knudsen said.
He recommends that you chat with your family about an arrangement and have supplies prepared to go.
Previous KRON4 representative Tom Newton who lives in Albany says “It was a pleasant shock. What astonished us was the length; it appeared to go on excessively long. You know, that inclination when it quits being somewhat fun and now you’re concerned? We checked out the house and were very shocked that nothing was knocked off the dividers or off racks and onto floor.”
Another KRON4 watcher in Union City says “my feline was laying over my chest and shaking out of the blue then I felt a moving shaking! At to begin with, I thought did my upstairs neighbor tumble off the bed! Great early morning!”
Robert Hilton tells the KRON4 Newsroom “I live in Hayward and was woken by what had a craving for something hitting my home. I thought an auto hit my home. I got up and checked outside and there was nothing.”
A Richmond occupant sent us this email “My home shook with trembler moving from south to north, a few sharp hopping jars towards the west as it moved specifically along the blame line in my general vicinity.”
An inhabitant in Pleasanton said “I was in a profound rest and was stirred by a noisy crash sound with a mellow swaying.But it kept going just for few moments. It helps all to remember us that a major one is en route and would we say we are set up for it?”
The San Francisco Department of Emergency Management says there is no risk of Tsunami as of now.
There are no reports of huge harm or damage right now, as indicated by crisis authorities.
Be that as it may, KRON4 recieved video of a things that tumbled off racks at a Safeway in San Leandro.
BART is encountering major postponements as trains will perform track examinations following the earthquake.
Expect major delays with our first trains this morning. Trains will be performing track inspections due to earlier seismic activity.
— SFBARTalert (@SFBARTalert) January 4, 2018