A state of emergency has been declared in Kern County, California after Thursday’s powerful earthquake.
It was the largest quake to hit the region in 20 years.
Dozens of aftershocks have been reported since, including a 5.4 magnitude tremor Friday morning.
Residents in southern California are now facing the daunting task of cleaning up while dealing with dozens of new tremors.
Thursday’s earthquake, a magnitude 6.4, was centered near Ridgecrest, about 150 miles northeast of Los Angeles.
Surveillance videos from shops and restaurants all show similar scenes.
Frightening moments as lights swing, items fall from shelves, and employees run to safety.
The quake downed power lines, cracked roads and some residents weren’t able to get back to their homes on friday.
Amazingly, no serious injuries were reported.
But now, officials say it’s likely the aftershocks could continue for days and possibly weeks.