This week, Los Angeles commemorated the 25th anniversary of the Northridge earthquake, which destroyed buildings, roads and homes, killing dozens and injuring thousands. The incredible heroism of first responders was a bright spot amidst the rubble, as was the spirit of Angelenos who came together to rebuild the City. But the damage to neighborhoods across the City was monumental. What would happen if another massive earthquake hit Los Angeles today? How ready is the City to deal with a similar calamity?