USGS reports 3.3-magnitude earthquake struck in Berkeley

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Hundreds of people called the USGS Center Wednesday afternoon to report feeling a 3.3-magnitude earthquake in Berkeley. (USGS)

The USGS reported a 3.3-magnitude earthquake that struck three miles northwest of Berkeley in the Kensington area this afternoon.

At least 400 people have called the USGS center reporting they felt it.

The quake had a depth of 5 kilometers and occurred on the Hayward fault, according to the USGS.

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