Preparing for an Earthquake

at 10:00 AM
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On Thursday, a 4.0 temblor centered in Berkeley gave a short wake-up jolt to the Bay Area. The quake came just hours after the Great California Shakeout, the largest earthquake drill in history. We talk about the best way to prepare for an earthquake -- and what to do when one hits.

Guests:

Danielle Hutchings, earthquake and Hazards Program coordinator for the Association of Bay Area Governments

Glenn Pomeroy, CEO of the California Earthquake Authority, one of the sponsors of yesterday's "Great California Shake-out" drill

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