The earthquake struck at 8:21
KCAL9 anchor Sara Donchey held co-anchor Juan Fernandez arm as she pulled herself before popping under the desk.
He taught to feel nauseous about the earthquake felt it would not stop.
Friday's 7.1 and Thursday 6.4 both had epicenter near Ridgecrest's community. Thursday night was already the biggest to hit Southern California in 20 years.
The tremendous Friday night removed this mark.
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CBS2 / KCAL9 reporter Lesley Marin heard from his friend Laura who attended tonight's Dodgers / Padres game. "She said everyone started screaming." Laura was clearly in a different section than some fans Rachel Kim spoke to. "People started to stand up," said one woman, "and you could tell people felt shaking. But mostly it was the crowd that went woooooooo."
6.4 quake is Now considered a foreshock for Friday's event.
Since yesterday there were more than 1,400 smaller quakes. The largest registered about 5.0.
On Thursday, Caltech said there was a 6 percent chance that there would be a 6.0 or greater rocking earthquake in the same area in the coming days.
Variety reported that Disneyland closed rides.  Lucy Jones, seismologist and earthquake expert, tried to calm fears while talking to journalists Friday.
Jones says there is no reason to believe that we will not see any major earthquakes in Southern California after the recent activity centered near Ridgecrest.
The biggest downturn to a 7.1-level earthquake, felt Friday, would be about a size 6, she said. Jones also said aftershocks for an earthquake of this size would last many months if not years. From 9am 10.30 she said there were two 5.0 shocks and about 16 4.0 shakers. She said the probability of a 6.0 shock in the coming week was as high as 50-60 percent.
Friday night, California's governor Gavin Newsom issued a statement offering his and the state's "cordial support" to those in the region afflicted with the earthquake.
In addition, he formally said he had requested a president's emergency declaration to receive direct federal assistance "to further support relief and recovery in affected communities."
The Red Cross is still operating a house in Ridgecrest at 100 W. California Ave.
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Like Thursday's earthquake, a series of videos of light swinging, water in pools sloshing and things falling off shelves filled social media platforms.
What was considered an aftershock of 4.8 hit around 8:15 pm Friday and it was also centered in the Searles Valley, the same area as Thursday night.
CBS2 / KCAL9 was in the area of talking to residents, there was
A woman said, "I thought, here we go again, but it was worse."
LADWP reported a power outage in the Encino / Valley Glen area affecting about 1,000 customers.
Officials said there were some cuts and bruises, but no serious injuries were reported.