‘It felt like a truck hit my house’: California emergency official | ABCNL

'it felt like a truck hit my house': california emergency official | abcnl

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ABC News’ Linsey Davis spoke with Humboldt County Emergency Services Director Ryan Derby about the condition of the Northern California county after a deadly 6.4 magnitude earthquake.

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