Daly City Earthquake: 3.2 Magnitude Off San Francisco Coast Sparks Reports and Rattles Communities

Daly City Rattled: 3.2 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Off San Francisco Coast

In an unexpected seismic event, a magnitude 3.2 earthquake shook the region off the coast of San Francisco on a Friday afternoon, as reported by officials. The U.S. Geological Survey pinpointed the quake’s epicenter approximately three miles west of Fort Funston, initially suggesting a magnitude of 3.4.

At 1:32 p.m., the tremor made its presence felt, prompting over 2,000 individuals to report shaking to the USGS website. The majority of reports originated from San Francisco and various Peninsula communities, including Daly City, Pacifica, and San Bruno.

Schoolteacher Jennifer Drennan in Daly City shared her experience, stating, “Just like a little jolt and then things rattled and shook in our classroom. I thought the plant was gonna tip over but it didn’t.” Fortunately, the incident resulted in minimal consequences, with some books falling in the campus library, requiring a bit of extra shelving but causing no structural damage.

As of now, there are no immediate reports of damage or injuries. The seismic activity serves as a reminder of the ever-present geological dynamics in the San Francisco Bay Area, urging residents to stay vigilant and prepared for such occurrences.


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