2.9 magnitude earthquake rattles the Oakland Hill

Piedmont, a region in the United States having 2.9 on the Richter scale, an earthquake that struck on Sunday evening in Piedmont's Oakland hills.

Based on the U.S. Geological Survey, the temblor struck around 10:30 p.m. and was located off Broadway along the Caldecott Tunnel and near Lake Temescal on the Hayward Fault.

At eleven p.m. around 1,000 individuals had reported to the USGS they felt the shaking. There were no reports immediately of injuries.

Hundreds of people have posted on social media saying they felt the quake.

Naty Nat was somewhat agitated by the temblor and posted "Yup in San Francisco, quick but good enough to get me nervous"

Louisa Pickering said it was an "sharp jolt on Telegraph Hill in SF"

The cat of Laura Scaparro was terrified when she wrote "House was shaking and kitty was not happy."

Deborah Davis tweeted - - "I'm in SF. Jolt lasted only a few seconds. But very sharp."