Expedia car rentals and car rental company Reno have cancelled all car rental services on the West Coast, a day after a magnitude 6.7 earthquake hit the region, according to a statement from the company.
“This is a very sad day for our customers and our staff,” said Richard Roussel, chief executive officer of Reno, in a statement on Tuesday.
“While we are saddened by the tragic loss of life, we are confident that we can recover from this event.
We are taking immediate steps to support our partners and provide them with the resources they need.”
Expedia and Reno are not the only companies to cancel their car rental service on the East Coast.
On Tuesday, American Express shut down its car rental and travel services, including its popular travel card, as well as its car-rental website.
In an online statement, American said it had canceled its travel card and car-rental app, “due to the recent earthquake in Colorado.”
In a separate statement, Visa said it was canceling its travel and car booking app as well.