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During an earthquake, the actual movement of the ground is seldom the direct cause of death or injury. Most casualties result from falling objects and debris. Earthquake shock waves can shake, damage or demolish buildings and other structures. Make sure to keep heavy objects away from your bed and be sure to use heavy enough hangers when putting pictures or other items on the wall. The following rules will help you survive:
During an earthquake
After an earthquake
The Sustainable University of Redlands Farm (SURF) is a natural farm in its beginning stages, but already grows and sells fresh vegetables to Bon Appetit, the food management company on campus.
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