San Jose, California was shaken by six minor earthquakes on Thursday, according to the U.S. Geological Society.

Three of the quakes were strong enough to be felt, according to reports by NBC Bay Area. The first two significant earthquakes took place in a two-hours time frame during the morning hours on Thursday.

The USGS noted that later that evening a third quake recorded a magnitude of 3.3 and occurred roughly two miles from the East San Jose foothills. All of the earthquakes happened on the Hayward Fault, the USGS said.

No injuries or substantial damage was caused by the earthquakes.

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