CONCORD, Calif. (KRON) — The U.S. Geological Survey reported an earthquake near Concord on Thursday.
The 3.8 magnitude quake was felt all the way to the coast of San Francisco by some residents around 11:18 a.m.
An official from USGS discusses the earthquake on KRONon:
The earthquake caused 10-15 minutes of residual delays for the BART.
SF BART tweeted: “Earlier, an earthquake had been felt within the area serviced by BART. Trains were running at reduced speeds completing track inspections. Please expect residual delays of 10-15 minutes throughout the BART system. Thank you.”
KRON4’s Noelle Bellow describes feeling the earthquake in her San Francisco home in the video below:
- 1.3 mi ESE Concord
- 2.2 mi W Pacheco
- 2.5 mi SSW Pleasant Hill
- 14.3 mi NW Vallejo
- 14.9 mi WSW Berkeley
KRON4’s Dan Thorn shares where he was when he felt the earthquake in the video below:
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Here are some KRON4 viewers sharing where they were when they felt (or didn’t feel!) the earthquake: