A 3.5 magnitude earthquake hit south of San Francisco

Mario Anzuoni/ReutersCalifornia has permanently moved up its presidential primary from June to March.A 3.5 magnitude earthquake hit Colma, which is south of San Francisco, on Saturday morning.The earthquake had a depth of 4.7 miles, and there have been no reports of damage from the earthquake so far.According to experts, California has not experienced a major earthquake in around 25 years, which means a massive quake could be yet to come. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.Residents of San Francisco and its surrounding area woke up Saturday morning to a 3.5 magnitude earthquake.The earthquake hit just south of San Francisco at 8:41 a.m. local time, according to the US Geological Survey. The epicenter was just west of Colma, which is in San Mateo County and south of San Francisco.The

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