(Meredith) -- Friday's 7.1 magnitude earthquake in southern California rattled television station KCAL/KCBS in Los Angeles while they were on the air for their 8 p.m. newscast.

In dramatic video, you can see the cameras shake, as well as the backdrop screen, before the anchors toss to a break and take cover under the anchor desk.

No injuries were reported at the station. Any damage is unknown.

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