Preliminary 3.3 earthquake reported in East Bay near Union City, USGS says

It's the second earthquake to hit the Bay Area in one day.

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Thursday, December 22, 2022
Preliminary 3.3 earthquake reported in East Bay, 2nd quake in one day
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A preliminary magnitude 3.3 earthquake struck in the East Bay near Union City Wednesday night.

UNION CITY, Calif. (KGO) -- A preliminary magnitude 3.3 earthquake struck in the East Bay near Union City Wednesday night, according to the United States Geological Survey.

The minor quake happened at 6:22 p.m. and was centered around two kilometers north of Union City.

So far, there have no reports of any major damage or injuries.

BART completed a track inspection following the quake. The agency is telling passengers normal train service has resumed as of 7:30 p.m., but to expect a 20-minute residual delays systemwide.

Earlier Wednesday, there was a 3.1 quake in San Leandro. It was downgraded to a 2.9.

This comes one day after a large 6.4 earthquake hit Humboldt County in Northern California, that killed two, injured at least 12, and caused widespread damage.

MORE: 2 dead, 'widespread damages' after 6.4 earthquake in Humboldt Co; at least 12 hurt

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