Transcript for Earthquake Aftershocks Rattle California
least, major earthquakes and to now those aftershocks. The quake itself measuring 5.4, flipping cars, emptying store shelves. They have been cleaning up all weekend. But the reminders are everywhere, the crumbled wall behind the woman there walking her dog. Some homes so damaged, families unable to return. This evening here, what do the scientists say about what this means about what could be coming next. Ryan Owens leading us off again tonight. Reporter: The quake itself lasted just a few seconds, its aftershocks are still reverberating tonight. More than 100 since he 5.1 magnitude earthquake which upstaged this high school musical Friday night. Ladies and gentlemen, remain seated. We just had a major earthquake. Stand by please. Reporter: A reporter from our affiliate KABC caught one on camera. Whoa, whoa, whoa. We're still feeling earthquakes. I mean, it rattles you. So, the kids are more scared than anything. Reporter: Normal, say seismologists. They say californians should expect to feel 3 to 20 aftershocks up to a week. The potential for a lot of damage is pretty great here. Reporter: Friday's quake here triggered a small rock slide. And left cracks in several homes. No one was seriously hurt. Earthquake. We're having an earthquake. Reporter: But it came less two weeks after that 4.4 rocked L.A., there's a small chance, less than 5%, this shock was a fore shock, preview of a bigger one. Still they say it's only a matter of time. They say there's a 99% chance of a 6.7 magnitude or larger quake somewhere in California in the next 30 years. Behind me here in Fullerton, California, one of the homes damaged by the quake, if you look by the garage, there's a pretty sizable crack in this home. It's unclear if the family wants to come home as long as thee aftershocks continue. Ryan, thank you.
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