Tom Jordan

University of Southern California

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Director of the Southern California Earthquake Center and Professor of Earth Sciences at the University of Southern California

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Friday's  5.1 magnitude earthquake  was centered in northern Orange County and strong enough to cause a landslide, break water mains and damage buildings.

Another Reminder for Earthquake Country

Friday's 5.1 magnitude earthquake was centered in northern Orange County and strong enough to cause a landslide, break water mains and damage buildings.

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