Transcript for Index: Earthquake Scientist Predicting 'Big One' to Hit Southern California
To the index. And the new warning about the big one hitting southern California. A leading earthquake scientist predicting the San Andreas fault is, quote, locked, loaded, and ready to roll. He says stress has been building along the state's longest fault line for more than a century now. The last big quake to hit was a 7.9 back in 1857. Check out this big wipeout down under. A large wave taking out a small boat. That boat rolling over several times. One person onboard thrown into the water. Surfers and other boaters rocked by that powerful wave. No one was hurt. Prince harry opening up about his mother tonight. He was 12 years old when princess Diana died in that car accident. He now reveals to "People" magazine losing her left, quote, a gaping hole in his family and the world. He admits he doesn't have many memories left still of her, but that she inspires him to help others and harry says he just wants to make his mother proud. Firefighters to the rescue in California. A helmet cam showing the moment a firefighter pulls four kittens from a burning home. They'd been trapped under a pile of wood. Hey, chief? Found two victims. All four kittens had been covered in foam. Not hurt. And you can hear them there. Firefighters using bottled water to rinse them off before reuniting them with their
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