3.3 quake hits St. Helena

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ST. HELENA – A 3.3 magnitude earthquake hit five miles south of St. Helena on Thursday morning,


The earthquake was recorded at 9:01 a.m. at a depth of 6.2 miles, according to the US Geological Survey.


There were 100 reports of the quake to the US Geological Survey from as far away as Tracy and San Francisco from people who felt the quake.


However, the quake doesn't appear to have been noticed in the Middletown area, according to the US Geological Survey reports.


When contacted to see if they felt the quake, the offices of Realtor David Neft said they hadn't.


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