Adam Graehl / AP In this photo provided by Adam Graehl, food and other merchandise lies on the floor at the Stater Bros. on China Lake Boulevard after an earthquake, Thursday, July 4, 2019, in Ridgecrest, Calif. By John Antczak and Olga R. Rodriguez, Associated Press Published Friday, July 5, 2019 | 8:35 a.m. Updated 53 minutes ago Related Story Earthquake originating in Southern California felt in Las Vegas LOS ANGELES — Aftershocks from Southern California’s largest earthquake in 20 years rumbled beneath the Mojave Desert on Friday as authorities tallied damage in the sparsely populated region. The strongest aftershock thus far hit shortly after 4 a.m., registering magnitude 5.4 and awakening people all the way to the coast. Thursday’s 6.4 magnitude quake struck at midmorning about 150 miles (240 kilometers) northeast of Los Angeles, near the town of Ridgecrest and a sprawling Navy installation. Multiple injuries and two house fires were reported in the town of 28,000. Emergency crews dealt with small vegetation fires, gas leaks and reports of cracked roads, said Kern County Fire Chief David Witt. He said 15 patients were evacuated from the Ridgecrest Regional Hospital as a precaution. Ridgecrest Mayor Peggy Breeden said that utility workers… Read full this story
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