This Afternoon's Earthquake in San Jose Was Not the Big One We Were Promised

A magnitude 3.3 earthquake rattle San Jose this afternoon. As Kron 4 reports, the quake happened at 4:07 p.m. along the Calaveras fault. It was centered 11 miles east of San Jose. 

[jump] Today’s tremblor comes nearly a week after the 4.0 quake (and more than a dozen aftershocks) that shook Fremont along the Hayward fault. But don't panic — people are still checking in at 24 Hour Fitness:

In the meantime, let's keep waiting for the Big One that USGS scientist Tom Brocher warns is due “any day now” along the Hayward fault.

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