4.7-magnitude earthquake rattles Bay Area

A 4.7-magnitude temblor rattled the Bay Area on Monday morning. (Courtesy USGS)

An earthquake with a preliminary 4.7-magnitude rattled the Bay Area late Monday morning.

The quake struck at 11:31 a.m. about 13 miles northeast of Gonzales, Calif., which is in Monterey County, U.S. Geological Survey officials said.

The earthquake could be felt as far north as San Francisco.

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