FEMA's Flat Stanley and Flat Stella learning how to get better prepared for earthquakes

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Washington, D.C., Aug. 23, 2012 -- FEMA's Flat Stanley and Flat Stella spent the morning of Aug. 23 near the Washington Monument learning how to get better prepared for an emergency like last year's earthquake on the east coast.   They also learned about the Great Southeast Shakeout event on October 18.  The Shakeout is an earthquake drill where schools and businesses practice “drop, cover, and hold on” – the appropriate steps to take if you're in an earthquake.
Washington, D.C., Aug. 23, 2012 -- FEMA's Flat Stanley and Flat Stella spent the morning of Aug. 23 near the Washington Monument learning how to get better prepared for an emergency like last year's earthquake on the east coast. They also learned about the Great Southeast Shakeout event on October 18. The Shakeout is an earthquake drill where schools and businesses practice “drop, cover, and hold on” – the appropriate steps to take if you're in an earthquake. - Location: Washington, DC
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