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Maintaining essential supplies in a “Go-Bag” to last for a minimum of three days — including water, food, flashlights and batteries, first aid supplies, clothing and means of shelter and warmth — will help you weather the immediate aftermath. Maintaining essential supplies in a “Go-Bag” to last for a minimum of three days — including water, food, flashlights and batteries, first aid supplies, clothing and means of shelter and warmth — will help you weather the immediate aftermath. (Photo: Shutterstock)

We live on a seismically active planet, something most of us know all too well living here in California. Although seismic events can strike with little or no warning, major tremors are often separated by years or even decades. This infrequency and unpredictability can lull us into complacency, or even lead to a false sense that there is really nothing we can do to prepare ourselves for the movement of the earth beneath us.

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