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A customs building at the U.S.-Mexico border is seen damaged after an earthquake April 5, 2010 in Mexicali, Mexico. The 7.2 magnitude earthquake in Baja California, Mexico yesterday caused damage to structures on both sides of the border and could be felt as far as Los Angeles and Phoenix.
Aftershocks continue to jolt the Baja California region after a magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck south of the U.S. border near Mexicali on Sunday afternoon. The temblor has killed two people, damaged buildings, and cut off power to thousands. David Lazarus gets an update on the damage and response to the quake.
Thomas Jordan, Director of the Southern California Earthquake Center at USC
Tony Perry, Reporter and San Diego Bureau Chief, LA Times