[music]. SFX [rumbling ]. Structures up north and structures down south were damaged and a lot of them in between are perfectly, okay. It just doesn’t make sense the way the earth moves and that’s the engineering problem. We we do everything we can to make them safe but we can’t beat mother nature. Reporter: First of all. an update on your situation within Caltrans. Caltrans: Basically, what we’re looking at is, you know, we did suffer some damage on the system yesterday. Specifically six different locations where we had severe damage, of course. the major problems are the the i-10 section of the Santa Monica freeway west of downtown the. 5/14 interchange out in the San Fernando Valley. Also another section just a little bit north of the 14 interchange and then two locations along the 118 out in the San Fernando Valley. Caltrans: You can see it’s a pretty tedious work. It’s really. Nothing spectacular, like maybe anybody thought there’s no dynamite or anything like that. So we’re just going to continue chipping away at this. And we’re gonna go as fast as we can so we can get the road back open so we can get it cleared up. VO: This demolition will take about a week. But then comes rebuilding and that could take up to a year to repair and open the Santa Monica freeway. Workers today began tearing down the overpass that collapsed onto the I-5 freeway in the Newhall pass. Crews say we’ll take five days. just to clear all the damage which is blocking LA’s main route to Northern, California. Pilot: In about 15 or 20 seconds, we got a one-minute warning about 35 or 40 seconds – there it goes. Down. Blew those stanchions right out from under right down on the old road. This is between Calgrove and where the 14 hits the 5, where the 5 goes right over the old road. They just blew it, blew out the stanchions and the columns underneath. SFX [explosions].