- It is the second earthquake in the region in six days
- There are no immediate reports of damage or injuries
- The 3.2 magnitude quake had a reported depth of 5 miles
A 3.2 magnitude earthquake struck outside San Francisco on Wednesday, the U.S. Geological Service said.
The quake, which had a reported depth of 5 miles, was centered about 30 miles east of San Francisco.
There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
The temblor was the second in the region in six days, after a 3.9 magnitude earthquake on October 20 centered about 2 miles east-southeast of Berkeley, California.