Berkeley earthquake: Much chatter about 3.9 temblor, but little damage
The temblor occurred two miles from Berkeley at 2:41 p.m., possibly along the Hayward fault. It was centered near the Golden Bear pool at UC Berkeley.
Berkeley students said the quake moved desks and prompted some students to leave class. "The whole room shook!" wrote one student on Twitter.
At Amoeba Music store on Telegraph Avenue, the shaking felt like "a real quick one, like a bunch of jerking back and forth. It was one strong tremor," said Ken Kubala, an employee.
But the shaking was not strong enough to toss items off shelves at Andronico's supermarket down the street, according to an employee there.
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-- Lee Romney in San Francisco and Rong-Gong Lin II in Los Angeles