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WATSONVILLE (CBS SF) — A small earthquake shook near Watsonville early Friday morning, which was felt across southern Santa Cruz and Santa Clara counties.

The 3.5 magnitude quake struck at 3:45 a.m. about five miles east of Watsonville and about seven miles southwest of Gilroy, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

3.5 earthquake near Watsonville, Gilroy (U.S. Geological Survey)

Light shaking was felt as far west as Santa Cruz and as far north as San Jose as well as in northern Monterey County.

There were reports of any damage or injuries.

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Smoke billowed over the scene as the blaze was estimated at 10 acres, but there was no immediate structure threat outside of the recreation area, according to the Irwindale Police Department.

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