A magnitude 2.9 earthquake struck Tuesday in Santa Rosa, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The center of the 5:13 p.m. micro-earthquake was reported near North Dutton and West College avenues, according to coordinates provided by the geological survey.
The depth was estimated at about 6 miles.
The shaker involved the Rodgers Creek Fault, a strike-slip fault that runs northwest through Sonoma County, a geological survey report said.
The most recent moderate-sized earthquake on the Rodgers Creek Fault near Santa Rosa struck in October 1969 and was magnitude 5.6.
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