Short Description: Explains how to prepare an earthquake plan, what to do when shaking begins, and what to do after shaking stops.
By John DL Arendsen, Crest Backyard Homes "ADU" dealer & RE Developer
(CREST "BACKYARD' HOMES, ON THE LEVEL General & Manufactured Home Contractor, TAG Real Estate Sales & Investments)
Content Inside: Be Red Cross Ready An earthquake is a sudden, rapid shaking of the earth caused by the breaking and shifting of rock beneath the earth's surface. Earthquakes strike suddenly, without warning, and they can occur at any time of the year, day or night. Forty-five states and territories in the United States are at moderate to very high risk of earthquakes, and they are located in every region of the country. Earthquake Safety Checklist � Contact your local emergency management office, local American Red Cross chapter, state geological survey or department of natural resources. � Mobile homes and homes not attached to their foundations are at particular risk during an earthquake. � Buildings with foundations resting on landfill and other unstable soils are at increased risk o...