The Margin: Alarming scenes from Southern California’s strongest earthquakes in two decades

A magnitude 7.1 earthquake emanating from Ridgecrest, Calif., rocked much of Southern California and the surrounding areas on Friday, swaying roller coasters, disrupting professional sporting events and forcing some news anchors to duck for cover. The trembles came less than a day after a 6.4-magnitude temblor rattled the region on July 4.

Here are just some of the scenes of Friday’s shake, described as the strongest in the area in about 20 years, which the Associated Press said broke roads and caused several injuries.

In Los Angeles, a news anchors, Juan Fernandez and Sara Donchey, at KCAL9, a CBS affiliate, appear distressed during their newscast as they react live to the seismic activity.

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