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USA: 6.4-magnitude earthquake hits the coast of Northern California

“My house is a mess”

An earthquake rocks the coast of Northern California

A 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck Northern California on Tuesday night. Houses and bridges were vandalized.


This is what the journalist’s apartment looked like after the earthquake.

A 6.4-magnitude earthquake hit the coast of northern California at 2:34 a.m. local time Tuesday evening, the US Geological Survey said. The epicenter was near the small town of Ferndale, about 300 kilometers north of San Francisco and at a depth of 16.1 kilometers. There is no danger of a tsunami.

According to Fox Weather, more than 40,000 homes in Humboldt County have lost power. Bridges in the area were also damaged. There have been no reports of any physical injuries so far.