Magnitude 3.6 earthquake hits southeast of San Jose, USGS says

The United States Geological Survey reports a magnitude 3.6 tremor which occurred southeast of San Jose Sunday morning.

The earthquake happened at 6:49 a.m. with its epicenter in the hills 15.5 miles east-southeast of San Jose at a depth of 4 kilometers.

Most people can feel light shaking from such an earthquake, which also does not cause any potential damage to property, according to the USGS. San Jose Earthquake

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