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Tremors under the earth in California have not stopped since a magnitude 6.4 earthquake hit the area on Thursday evening.
Scientists said that since the initial event, more than 1,400 aftershocks have affected the area near Ridgecrest, which has alarmed residents, many of whom are sleeping outside of their houses for safety reasons.
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Ridgecrest Police Chief Jed McLaughlin told residents to begin removing items from the walls of their homes to avoid injury.
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“I would probably start taking some stuff off the walls if they’re not already down,” he said. “Make sure you’re not sleeping under something that’s still hung up.”
McLaughlin also warned residents that the danger is far from over. “This isn’t going to stop in the near future. The aftershocks, they haven’t slowed down since the 7.1 (magnitude earthquake). For a period of time there was constant vibration.”
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Reports state that the quake was the largest to hit the area in 20 years and was followed by aftershocks reported to be 5.5 in magnitude.
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