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Published on Aug 25, 2010
Recent devastating earthquakes around the globe have focused attention on the increasing risk of a large, catastrophic earthquake hitting Southern California. The southern end of the San Andreas fault is 300 years overdue for a major realignment and that means that everyone who lives in Southern California should know what do when the ground starts shaking.
This short film explains it in straight forward language what to do during an earthquake to maximize your chances of survival. Drop, cover, hold on! It's that simple. Now it's time to practice.