Jan. 14, 2014 3:01 PM PT Facebook Twitter Show more sharing options Share Close extra sharing options Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Copy Link URLCopied! Print 1 California Commuters Will Face Nightmare for Months The 10-second earthquake that rocked Southern California early Monday will create a commuting nightmare for months to come, officials said. 2 California Thrust Faults Pose Brutal Danger to Basin The earthquake that convulsed the San Fernando Valley early Monday demonstrated as brutally as possible the danger posed by a complex web of deeply buried thrust faults underlying the Los Angeles Basin. 3 California Sylmar Jolted by Ghosts of Horror Past Beate Heuss had nearly conquered her fear when she felt it again. That’s why it was so terrifying. 4 California 33 Die, Many Hurt in 6.6 Quake L.A. Area Freeways Buckle, Buildings Topple 5 California Transportation Crippled, Badly Damaged Firms Forced to Close The earthquake sent shock waves through Southern California’s business community Monday, crippling transportation and communications, damaging factories and idling thousand of workers. 6 California A Rush of Fear, and Even the Lucky Are Left Shaken Curled up like a frightened baby, Elsie Thull lay on the floor of an elevator in the 21-story New Otani Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles and prayed. 7 California At Least 15 Die in Collapsed Apartments At the place the huge temblortook its greatest toll, the woman stood vigil by an oak tree, peering into the rubble of what had been her home. 8 California Acts of Valor From Simple to Supreme 9 California Death, Fickle in the Ruins, Takes at Least 33 It was, as always, the most fickle of catastrophes, bestowing death with nature’s cold caprice: Fifteen from a stucco Northridge apartment building. 10 Remembering the Northridge earthquake of 1994 Only rubble remains at the junction of the 5 and 14 freeways following the 1994 Northridge earthquake.