The Great Southern California ShakeOut

by Joe on Nov. 13th, 2008

ShakeOut Map: A representation of the shaking produced by the ShakeOut Scenario earthquake. The warmer colors represent the areas of greater damage.
ShakeOut Map: A representation of the shaking produced by the ShakeOut Scenario earthquake. The warmer colors represent the areas of greater damage.Courtesy The Great Southern California ShakeOut

Millions of residents from Southern Californians signed up to simultaneously participate in the biggest U.S. earthquake drill ever today. The Great Southern California ShakeOut is organized by scientists and emergency officials as part of a campaign to prepare for a catastrophic quake in the region that experts say is inevitable and overdue.

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plee057's picture
plee057 says:

WOW! I heard about it. My friend's sister live along that area.

posted on Tue, 11/18/2008 - 5:14pm
hehehehehe's picture
hehehehehe says:

that is scary but very cool wow i still cant belive it

posted on Mon, 11/24/2008 - 1:02pm
Wii Man's picture
Wii Man says:

WOW!!! I Hope the people are ok. I um.... Hope that nothinig happened.

posted on Thu, 11/27/2008 - 2:50pm
Joe's picture
Joe says:

It was only a drill. And it looks like it went just fine.

posted on Sat, 11/29/2008 - 4:15pm

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