Minor earthquake rattles San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (KTVU and wires) -- A 3.3 magnitude earthquake in the Pacific off the Golden Gate Bridge rattled the western neighborhoods of San Francisco Sunday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

There were no reports of injuries or damage caused by the quake that struck 9 miles west of San Francisco at 1:26 p.m.

Stephanie Fletcher Chassin lives in San Francisco's Sunset District and said on the KTVU Facebook page that it felt like a quick jolt.

"I was just talking on the phone with my friend in Denver about earthquakes and BAM! We felt the earthquake," she wrote.

Stephanie Galvan wrote that it felt like her washing machine was on.

"Ha! I thought that was just my washing machine shaking things up," she wrote.

In the city's Mission District, Anne Thrope said it felt like a fleet of buses traveling by her home.

"YIKES it was tiny," she wrote. I am at 19th and Valencia in  a 1920s building that houses a restaurant and music venue," she wrote. "It sort of felt loike a fleet of buses passing by,"

Meanwhile, Sandra Madrid's daughter thought something had hit their Excelsior District home.

"My daughter thought a truck had hit the house," she wrote. "A quick sharp jolt."