SACRAMENTO -- As first responders continue to assess the extent of damage from two significant earthquakes on successive days near the town of Ridgecrest, Governor Gavin Newsom today requested a Presidential Emergency Declaration for Direct Federal Assistance to further support the communities impacted by the earthquakes.
Governor Newsom’s request to the President and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for a Presidential Emergency Declaration can be found here.
Last night, Governor Newsom issued a statement on the work already underway by the state to assist the impacted communities.
More information on state and federal disaster declarations can be found here.
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