By Nick Ciletti
It was the day the ground started shaking – a day few people could forget.
"The scary thing is you have no control over anything!" explained Richard Andersen.
Andersen was there – It was January 17, 1994 – the Northridge Earthquake, shaking Southern California to its core. The magnitude 6.7 quake destroyed freeways, demolished homes, and caused billions of dollars in damage.
"I thought, this is just a sign. I need to get the hell out of here. I had enough!" Andersen said.
So just six months after that massive quake, Andersen relocated to Sun City, Arizona.
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Source: ABC 15