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Three people were killed and at least 11 others were injured, law enforcement officials said. A 6-year-old was among those killed, his family said.
Victims whose conditions ranged from fair to serious were transported to area hospitals, hospital officials said.
Our Mission is to help improve the lives of people during disasters.
Your generous gift will help us fund our mission to help those in need of shelter, food, medical bills and rebuilding assistance.
$50 dollars provide 300 meals, $200 provides shelter for 20 people, $250 provides patient assistance to 10 people, $500 dollars provides rebuilding assistance.
Invest in a healthier future for people injured during disasters. Leave a note, when checking out, to assure your donation is applied to the program of your choice.
Your donation helps support people during unexpected disasters it pays for deductibles, patient care and treatment. Thank you for your support! Leave a note, when checking out, to assure your donation is applied to the program of your choice.
83% of your donation will go towards disaster relief.
Support victims of the earthquake to help with rebuilding assistance, food, water, and shelter.
Crews in California continued to assess damage to cracked and burned buildings, homes, broken roads, leaking water and gas lines and other infrastructure on Saturday after the largest earthquake the region has seen in nearly 20 years was felt from Sacramento to Mexico.
The governor, Gavin Newsom, declared a state of emergency and warned residents to be wary of new tremors, after the southern part of the state was hit by a second significant earthquake in as many days.
Residents of Ridgecrest, a city of about 27,000 150 miles north-east of Los Angeles, woke to new damage after the magnitude 7.1 tremor hit as darkness fell on Friday, jolting the area after a 6.4 quake struck 34 hours earlier.
Synagogue shooting one killed and three injured in suspected hate crime. A gunman started shooting in a synagogue in California, injuring 3 and killing 1 Lori Kaye moved in front of the shooter to save the rabbi.
Kaye, 60 years old , was killed at the synagogue and died at the hospital. Also least three others were injured in the shooting Saturday at Congregation Chabad in Poway, north of San Diego. Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, 57, hand was injured during the shooting when Kaye got between him and the gunman. The rabbi tried to defend himself by reaching out with his hands and wounded both of his index fingers, a doctor at the Palomar Medical Center said.
The gunman came armed with an "AR-type assault weapon." A person who seen the shooting told CNN affiliate KGTV there were five or eight shots followed by terrified people screaming and then another round of shots. The suspect is in custody.
Suspect John Earnest is presently attending California State University San Marcos.
Support Homeless Assistance for the poor.
According to homelessness counts between 2010 and 2017, the number of homeless people across Los Angeles County went from 38,700 to over 55,000 – an increase of 42%. Many factors contributed to such large increases in homelessness, including Los Angeles County’s housing supply issues. This is particularly significant given that over half of Los Angeles County residents are renters. More people are sleeping in their cars and in tents and other makeshift shelters. Tents are all across the city. Many suburban neighborhoods do not want shelters in their neighborhoods, they are concerned about their home values.