Remembering The 7.2 Easter Sunday Quake Of 2010

It’s reported Sunday, 24 Apr 2011 by kpsplocal2.com:
Easter Sunday marks the one year anniversary of a massive 7.2 magnitude earthquake that rocked Southern California, killing two people and causing millions of dollars in damages. The quake hit last Easter, on April 4, 2010 near the Laguna Salada Fault and was centered about 40 miles south of the U.S/Mexico border, according to the US Geological Survey. Two people were killed in the severely …
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Is your family prepared for the inevitable destructive earthquake? Preparedness experts recommend that area families be equipped to survive up to 72-hours without public services in case of emergency. The simplest way to meet this minimum requirement is with a 72-Hour Survival Kit which will meet your family’s food, water, shelter, first-aid, light, heat, sanitation and communication needs.

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