Business Insider reports a 3.6 magnitude earthquake hit Colma, California, on Saturday morning.
The earthquake had a depth of 4.7 miles, and there have been no reports of damage from the earthquake so far.
The US Geological Survey says the quake hit just south of San Francisco at 8:41 a.m.
California hasn't had a major earthquake in around 25 years.
Experts say that means a massive quake could be yet to come.
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