This morning at 5:33 a.m., residents in certain Northern California communities were subjected to a magnitude 2.9 earthquake.
The quake was centered about 4 miles from Berkeley, 10 miles from Oakland, and about a mile from El Cerrito.
The Northern California earthquake was originally graded 4.3 on the Richter scale, but was quickly revised to 2.9. There were at least one reported aftershock, and no reports of injury or damage.
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