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Article - The AFTERMATH of California’s Massive Back-to-Back Earthquakes – And This Wasn’t Even “The

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    The AFTERMATH of California’s Massive Back-to-Back Earthquakes – And This Wasn’t Even “The Big One”

    This is from Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper website:

    https://www.theorganicprepper.com/californias-earthquake-big-one/

    Worth reading to identify what happened and what to look out for if you are ever hit by an earthquake...
     
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    7.1 is pretty big. If it would have hit downtown SF or LA the news would have been much different. Kern county is pretty rural.

    Something to keep in mind, many buildings in California are built to a strict earthquake building codes. If this were in a major east coast city I can only imagine how bad it would be.
     
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