Some California residents so rattled by big earthquakes they're sleeping outside
Millions of people in Southern California are on edge and worried about their safety after two large earthquakes and more than 4,000 aftershocks. The powerful, damaging quakes rocked the small desert town of Ridgecrest, 110 miles north of Los Angeles. Some people there are so worried, they refuse to sleep indoors. The second quake, 7.1, was the strongest California has seen in 20 years. Carter Evans reports.