A magnitude 4.3 earthquake is said to have shaken the San Francisco area on Tuesday afternoon, less than two weeks after the two major earthquakes in Southern California.
The epicenter was located nine miles from Livermore, California, and residents in the Bay Area reported slight tremors. "It felt like a jerk, as if something had hit the side of our house," Aimee Grove told SFGATE.
Massive California earthquakes could be seen from space It is unlikely that the Greenville fault and structural damage will occur.
A few minutes later, a magnitude 3.5 aftershock followed. SFGATE reported that at least three more earthquakes have occurred in the region over the past seven days.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP. Between 700 and 3,000 people died according to the USGS along the San Andreas Fault.