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Press Release 11-222

Drop! Cover! Hold On! "ShakeOut" Earthquake Drills to Take Place This Week

"ShakeOuts" to be held in California, Nevada, Guam, Oregon, Idaho, British Columbia

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Text and illustrations of a man crawling and crouching beneath table: Drop! Cover! Hold On!

Drop, Cover, and Hold On! ShakeOut participants will learn how to deal with a quake.

Credit: SCEC


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ShakeOut, California's Annual Earthquake Drill, 2011 Participant.

Let the Great ShakeOut begin on October 20, 2011.

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Photo of pre-school students practicing Drop, Cover and Hold On in Santa Barbara, Calif.

Pre-school students practice Drop, Cover and Hold On! in Santa Barbara, Calif.

Credit: Joan Price


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Text: The Great California ShakeOut

California is one of many states participating in this week's ShakeOut.

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Text: Get Ready to Shake Out, April 28, 2011, The Great Central U.S. ShakeOut

A Great ShakeOut was held in the Central United States earlier this year.

Credit: Central U.S. Great ShakeOut


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