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Tourists Flocking To Take Pictures With Cracks Caused By Ridgecrest Earthquake

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Tourists Flocking To Take Pictures With Cracks Caused By Ridgecrest Earthquake

Tourists Flocking To Take Pictures With Cracks Caused By Ridgecrest Earthquake

Last week's big earthquakes in Ridgecrest left some big cracks in the earth that are now attracting people looking for a photo op.

DeMarco Morgan and Suzanne Marques report.

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