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LUNGSOD QUEZON¸ Nobyembre 17 (PIA)—Muling nakipagsabayan ang Mimaropa sa iba pang rehiyon sa lpaglahok sa 4th Quarter Nationwide Simultaneous Earthquake Drill.

Para sa Mimaropa¸ ang pilot area o pinagdausan ng kick-off rites ng Earthquake Drill ay ang Capitol Compound ng Palawan sa Lungsod Puerto Princesa. 310 more words


Saddleback gets earthquake ready

By Micki Souvannavong

On Thursday, October 16, the state of California participated in the “The Great California Shakeout.” The Shakeout is an annual event that prepares and reminds the residents of California on how to deal with an earthquake in case of emergencies. 110 more words

October 17th, 2014: T1B19

2 missed blog entries! How horrifying. Yesterday we had an earthquake drill. Many people decided to be cruel and step on the worms in the grass. 109 more words

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Washington Students Prepare For Earthquake

SEATTLE (AP) — Thousands of students across the state practiced ducking under the desks Thursday in the Great Washington Shakeout drill.

The kids in Bente Fernandi’s fourth-grade class at West Woodland Elementary School in Seattle knew what to do when the announcement came over the public address system. 92 more words


Get Ready to ShakeOut!

Posted at 8:30 a.m.

Get ready… it’s almost time!

The Great Southeast ShakeOut earthquake drill begins today at 10:16 a.m. and you can participate where ever you might be. 100 more words


News Underway-Today Or Maybe Yesterday (25)

Today, in California, millions will drop, cover, and hold on-

As they participate in an earthquake drill, wherever they are.

In the office, at the grocery, or simply mowing the lawn.



Great California ShakeOut: Oct. 16, 2014

Sharing an important message about an earthquake drill that UC Berkeley participates in:

Dear Campus Community,

On Thursday, October 16, the campus will participate in the “Great California ShakeOut,” a day of special events organized to inspire Californians to get ready for major earthquakes, and to prevent disasters from becoming catastrophes. 340 more words

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