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Are you ready for a major earthquake? What to do before - and during - a big one

A recent swam of small earthquakes at the Salton Sea temporarily increased the risk of a large earthquake in Southern California. This has heightened anxiety about the quakes risk. But experts said the key is to be prepared.  Experts say quake preparedness is essential, though there are some myths...
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