Quake Leaves California Town in Shambles

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The central California town of Paso Robles struggles to return to normal after a 6.5 magnitude earthquake this week left two people dead and destroyed many downtown buildings. On Tuesday Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger declared a state of emergency in the area. Tamara Keith of member station KQED reports.



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