California was hit with several earthquakes earlier this week, with the largest to hit the area on Saturday having a magnitude of 7.1.
Sara Donchey and Juan Fernandez were live on the air for CBS affiliate KCAL 9′s evening broadcast when the tremors struck on Saturday
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Video showing Donchey, who was visibly frightened, taking cover under the desk with the cameras still rolling – has gone viral
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RT reports:“We’re experiencing very strong shaking… I think we need to get under the desk,” CBS Los Angeles newscaster Sara Donchey said, clinging to her co-host as he cued up a commercial. Not waiting for the on-air light to go off, she slid out of her chair and under the desk.
A 6.9 magnitude quake hit southern California on Friday night, the second in as many days and the most intense to strike the area in about 20 years.
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