4.3 magnitude earthquake hits San Francisco area

A magnitude 4.3 earthquake reportedly shook San Francisco area Tuesday afternoon less than two weeks after the two large earthquakes hit Southern California.

A view of San Francisco's famed Painted Ladies Victorian houses. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

A view of San Francisco's famed Painted Ladies Victorian houses. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

The epicenter was nine miles from Livermore, Calif., and residents around the Bay Area reported light shaking. “It just felt like a single jolt, as if something had slammed against the side of our house,” Aimee Grove told SFGATE.

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The US Geological Survey reported the quake hit along the Greenville Fault and said damage to structures is unlikely.

A magnitude 3.5 aftershock followed just minutes later. Three other quakes 3.0 or larger hit the area in the last seven days, SFGATE reported.

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The Great 1906 San Francisco earthquake was one of the deadliest of all time. Occurring along the San Andreas fault, between 700 and 3,000 people died according to the USGS.