Here in Arizona, the Easter Sunday earthquake was a conversation piece for a few days, but the novelty has worn off. But in northern Baja and southern California, residents are still trying to recover. A story in today's LA Times, lists schools closed, water systems seriously damaged, 5,200 homes in Baja, and did possibly hundreds of millions of dollars in damage. One Californian man is in critical condition.
They quote the USGS as calling the aftershock sequence "robust" including three magnitude 4's yesterday. [right, Mexicali damage. Credit, twitpic]
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