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A 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck Baja California on Sunday. So far, two people were known for death and about 100 people were injured.
Buildings collapsed, and the roads are cracked in Mexicali, Baja California's capital city.
There were three strong aftershocks.
People in Arizona and southern California said they felt serious shakes. But no injuries or dead had reported.
About 9 minutes after the quake, a 4.1 magnitude quake struck Santa Rosa.
There was no damage reported. A spokesman of L.A. city fire department said it was a different one from the quake in Mexico.
The U.S. Geological Survey reported this earthquake was the largest since 1992.
This relates to our lives because when an earthquake hits, there would be many damages and it costs money to recover. So we have to do something to reduce damage of earthquake such as making buildings stronger.