This map illustrates the potential impact if the Northridge earthquake, which jolted Southern California on the morning of Jan. 17, 1994, happened today.
The magnitude-6.7 earthquake was, at the time, the most costly natural disaster ever in the United States at $20 billion in damage and $49 billion in economic loss.
Los Angeles County's population was an estimated 9 million people in 1994. Today, it's around 10.1 million with nearly 4 million in the city of Los Angeles alone.
Use the address bar in the upper right of the map to located a residence or business.