The U.S. Geological Survey has recalculated the epicenter of a weak earthquake that caused minor damage and a few injuries when it struck northwest of Charleston.

Originally, the epicenter of the quake Tuesday was reported southeast of Goose Creek, but now scientists say it was closer to Summerville, about 10 miles away.

The quake of magnitude 3.6 was recorded at 7:42 a.m.

There have been scattered reports of minor damage in both Berkeley and Dorchester counties, such as Christmas trees tipping over and pictures falling from walls.

Dorchester County Emergency Medical workers took two people to local hospitals who suffered minor injuries when they fell as the ground shook.