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fires blackouts and frayed nerves spread through the California desert as residents weathered a second major earthquake in as many days this earthquake was longer but also concluded with a very very strong jolt that felt like he was gonna like knocked the whole place down Victor agility work Saturday morning to face the mess left in his family store by a seven point one tremor that rocked the Mohave desert town of ridgecrest Friday evening about eight times stronger than the six point four quake that struck thirty four hours earlier again the place the channels the desert town lies about a hundred twenty five miles northeast of Los Angeles were news anchors were caught off guard during a live broadcast I think we need to get under the desk she can also felt as far north as San Francisco and Phoenix police say no deaths or major injuries were reported but buckled roads and structure fires kept first responders busy on Saturday the Kern county fire department work with urban search and rescue teams to inspect the damage they're going to read this whole city and that way that we can check all the infrastructures of all the buildings and making sure that they're safe for the citizens California governor Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency requesting federal assistance meanwhile geologist offered little to quell fears of more shaking putting the odds of another seven point earthquake around ten percent and a six point quake at more than fifty fifty the recent string of shaking already unprecedented I'm trying to think of we've ever seen a situation with a six point four seven and then something even bigger and I can't think of one they've been coming pretty frequently and each one you know they're they're still scary because you you almost on knows this or is this a meter full earthquake Friday's quake is the most powerful southern California has seen in twenty years