Government declared an emergency state in Kern Country
On Thursday, at around 10.30am in morning California faced a eradicating earthquake of 6.5 magnitude in Mojave Desert. After shocks of earthquake were also felt of 4.6 magnitude. With California some parts of Nevada also felt some shocks.
Injuries faced by California are remarkable, multiple injuries with two houses on fire in the town were a population of about 28,000 have resident ship. Some roads were reported to have cracks, vegetable fire were seen and gas leaks were reported for which emergency crews were sent to help residents.
President Donald Trump was also briefed about this natural disaster faced by California, for which he said that "all seems to be very much under control!"
Some of the officials discussed about the earthquake of the area and gave statements.
Kern County District Supervisor Mick Gleason told CNN there were some structural issues with the hospital and some patients had to be moved from one ward to another and that others were taken to a neighbouring building.
Ridgecrest Mayor Peggy Breeden said that utility workers were assessing broken gas lines and turning off gas where necessary. The local senior centre was holding a July 4th event when the quake hit and everyone made it out shaken up but without injuries, she said.
Gavin Newsom, Governor declared the state of emergency in Kern Country and said that they will be assigned help from all for the recovery of damage caused by the earthquake. This declaration was appreciated by Ms.Breeden and she in a conference too noted this point that nearby governments have offered help.
Fire and police officials say that no need to worry we have plenty of resources we will survive the earthquake.
The earthquake faced by California was the having largest magnitude after the 16 October, 1999 earthquake of around 7.1 magnitude.