A 5.4 earthquake rattles the Mohave Desert this morning and an array of aftershocks a day after a 6.4 quake rocked Southern California on July 4th.
A 6.4 earthquake occurred at 10:33 am near the town of Searles Valley in the Mohave Desert, about 192 miles away from Long Beach.
Kern County Firefighters were called to nearly 2 dozen emergencies ranging from medical assistance to fires in and around the city of Ridgecrest, 11 miles away from the epicenter.
According to the LA Times, today's earthquake was centered roughly 80 miles northeast of the L.A Aqueduct spanning the San Andreas fault.
Today's earthquake is the largest in decades and people as far away as Los Angeles and Las Vegas felt the quake.