5.6 Earthquake hits Bay Area
October 30, 2007 8:09 PM
A moderate earthquake, estimated magnitude 5.6 on the Richter Scale, struck the Bay Area tonight at 8:04 PDT, including at SF State.
Seychelle Bradley, 20, an SF State Business major was in class when she felt the quake.
"We were taking a midterm when it hit," she said. "We all just sat there looking at each other. We asked the proctor if we should go outside and he didn't know what to do but said to just keep going."
The quake was centered 5 Miles NE of the Alum Rock, 9 miles NE of San Jose City Hall.
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