Tuesday's 5.1-magnitude earthquake shook the San Francisco Bay Area 

The earthquake was reported to have occurred around 11:42 a.m. local time, some 12 miles east of San Jose, and at a depth of roughly 4 miles.

BART and Caltrain trains temporarily stopped running before restarting at slower speeds.

Through California's earthquake early warning system, about 100,000 people claimed to have received a warning before the shaking began 

Just one week has passed after the Loma Prieta earthquake of 1989, which marked its 33rd anniversary.

62 people died as a result of the earthquake, which also cost billions to repair.