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Earthquake Safety Tips



How to Survive an Earthquake


A little knowledge and a few precautionary measures can enormously increase your chances of surviving an earthquake - or any other type of hazard. The keys are education and preparing in advance. The earthquake safety tips below will not make you an expert. However, they could make a life-saving difference if you find yourself in an earthquake situation. Invest in your personal safety by studying below.




Before the Earthquake:



During the Earthquake:

After the Earthquake:



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