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In the Wake of Japan Are We Ready?

In the Wake of Japan  Are We Ready?

In the Wake of Japan
Are We Ready?

Crescenta Valley CERT Presents A Community Forum
Come Find Out How Your Community is Preparing!

Saturday May 7th 2011
Rosemont Middle School Auditorium
8:30am.-12:30p.m.

Featured Speakers

Captain David Silversparre   L.A.S.D
Sheriff Readiness

Sergeant John Hargraves   L.A.S.D
Lessons of the Oakland Fire

Erik Pounders    U.S.G.S.
Earthquake Hazards Team

Paul Dutton   C.V. CERT Coordinator
Community Emergency Response Teams

This [...]

Learning from earthquakes

Learning from earthquakes

By Mary O’Keefe
The clean up continues in Mexicali, Mexico after a 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit the area on Sunday. Scientists continue to assess the aftermath of the powerful tumbler.
The earthquake struck at 3:40 p.m. about 20 miles from southeast of Mexicali. Two people were reportedly killed and over 200 injured in the area.
At first, scientists [...]

Dr. Lucy explains it all

Dr. Lucy explains it all

Treasures of the Valley
» Mike lawler
Like many of us who have lived in the Los Angeles area for many years, my family has permanently imprinted and associated the image and voice of Dr. Lucy Jones with disaster. She and her associate Dr. Kate Hutton have for the last 20-plus years been the first voices of [...]

Earthquake rocks, boulders unlikely to roll

Earthquake rocks, boulders unlikely to roll

By Geghard ARAKELIAN
According to the U.S. Geological Survey website a 4.4 earthquake hit the greater Los Angeles area at about 4 a.m. on Tuesday; Glendale Parks & Recreation reported that no rocks were dislodged in Deukmejian Park.
According to officials, large rocks exposed by rainfall erosion have little chance of dislodging in an earthquake or light [...]


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