Our surveillance service AllQuakes received reports of an earthquake in or near San Francisco, California, USA at around 5:12 AM GMT. Unless at least one national or international seismological agency confirms this, their status remains unconfirmed.
10 Apr 05:24 UTC: First report: VolcanoDiscovery after 12 minutes.
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Date and time: April 10, 2021 05:12:27 UTC –
Depth: 10.0 km
Latitude / Longitude of epicenter: 37.65777 ° N / 122.42646 ° W. (California, USA)
Nearest volcano: Clear Lake (149 km)
Primary data source: VolcanoDiscovery
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Hollywood, California / not felt : I’m in Hollywood and didn’t feel the earthquake
South San Francisco (0 km northeast of the epicenter) [Map] / Light shaking (MMI IV) / rattling, vibrating / 5-10 s : The dog started to bark first, then came the tremor, I sat on my couch and my burning candles trembled
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