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BREAKING: 6.4-magnitude earthquake felt by millions in Southern California and Nevada.  https://nbcnews.to/2NHHf6O 

Kern County Fire Dept: "Working nearly 2 dozens incidents ranging from medical assistance to structure fires in and around the city of Ridgecrest, CA ... Urban Search and Rescue teams en route."

WATCH: Video shows pool in Oxnard, California, during 6.4-magnitude earthquake.

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(Video from Brian Fukutomi)

Ridgecrest Police: "Please be safe when moving around as items may have shift during the earthquake. Please be careful of down power lines and please check on your neighbors to make sure everyone is safe."

UPDATE: There have been more than 40 recorded aftershocks after the initial 6.4-magnitude earthquake in Southern California, according to USGS, with at least 5 registering at 4.0 magnitude or higher.

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President Trump: "Been fully briefed on earthquake in Southern California. All seems to be very much under control!"

Today's 6.4-magnitude earthquake in California caused this crack in the road in Trona, CA.


(Photo by Karaleigh Roe)

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