San Leandro shakes in 2.9 earthquake

The Bay Area was jolted by an earthquake Wednesday morning.

The United States Geological Survey first reported that a magnitude 3.1 quake hit northeast of San Leandro around 8:34 a.m. However, USGS later downgraded the quake to a magnitude 2.9. The epicenter was right under I-580, near Lake Chabot.

This comes after the 6.4 quake that shook Ferndale early Tuesday. It left two people dead, caused gas leaks, shattered glass, left thousands without power, one buckled highway and jittery residents living through dozens of aftershocks.

Many have called KTVU to say they felt the shaking in San Leandro and surrounding areas.

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