East Bay Earthquake Did No Damage but Felt Like God Cannonballing El Cerrito
|El Cerrito, still standing but denied a real sunrise|
In short, it felt like God cannonballing into the hills.
While it was categorized as a 4.6 immediately after roiling the very foundations of East Bay civilization, the 5:33 a.m. El Cerrito-centered quake was later ruled a 4.0. El Cerrito and the East Bay, meanwhile, are so fog-thick this morning that San Francisco is impossible to spot. Perhaps San Franciscans should assure East Bay-types that San Francisco is still there, maybe by sending a photo of it holding today's Chronicle.
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