400-Plus Quakes Strike San Ramon in 2 Weeks: USGS | NBC Bay Area

400-Plus Quakes Strike San Ramon in 2 Weeks: USGS
By Lisa Fernandez, Stephanie Chuang and Shawn Murphy
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San Ramon, California, appears to have broken a new earthquake record over the last two weeks: A total of 408 small quakes have shaken the East Bay city, almost four times the record set in 2003 in half the amount of time. Stephanie Chuang reports. (Published Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015)

NBC Bay Area’s quake map shows all earthquakes recorded near the San Francisco Bay Area over the past 24 hours.

San Ramon, California, appears to have broken a new earthquake record over the last two weeks: A total of 408 small quakes have shaken the East Bay city, almost four times the record set in 2003 in half the amount of time.

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“I’ve not felt so many tremors in decades,” Mark Stone said outside a San Ramon Starbucks on Tuesday morning. “My dog, Gimmel, she’s the first one to know a couple of seconds before.”

And his dog has been extra alert lately.

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