How Southern California learns from o...

How Southern California learns from one earthquake to prepare for the next

There are 1 comment on the Press-Telegram story from Apr 6, 2014, titled How Southern California learns from one earthquake to prepare for the next. In it, Press-Telegram reports that:

When the March 28 earthquake struck the Los Angeles region, most residents knew the drill: drop, cover and hold on.

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#2 Apr 12, 2014
Unfortunately on that topic: earthquakes every man on his own!!
our State don't do too much if at all...
We Have to worry about the safety of our home
Due to the location, Van Nuys has high frequency of earthquakes.
After Northridge (the earthquake in 1994) which caused a wide damage to property and buildings, and due to the history and possible upcoming earthquake, Our safety has become first!

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