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Earthquake: How to make an Emergency Supply Kit

The 2011 Earthquake in Japan has startled the World. It has reminded us to be prepared for natural disasters. Kidzworld wants you to know some of the basic safety procedures just in case you ever find yourself in the middle of an Earthquake. Back to Article

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najayabambi
najayabambi wrote:
2013-05-30 15:59:56 -0700

first one bad
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membershipgirl
membershipgirl wrote:
2012-04-15 05:46:02 -0700

Yeah these are good articles Big Grin

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Chi chi chi *--*
Chi chi chi *--* wrote:
2012-04-03 10:10:33 -0700

OMG! I remeber I've been through an earthquake this year. I was at school and the teacher was coming in when I felt the floor shaking. However it was really faint (or weak?..oh I don't know, to be honest xD) Then we went out from the classroom and we had been out all the day -.-" No comment. Everybody was terrified about it .

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jemz..ilypeace
jemz..ilypeace wrote:
2011-10-06 01:38:00 -0700

poor ppl in Christchurch!!!!!! ily

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CookieDevil
CookieDevil wrote:
2011-08-26 09:36:13 -0700

This is an excellent article! smile Thank you for posting this, Kidzworld. smile

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bcs3172
bcs3172 wrote:
2011-08-26 09:00:58 -0700

I have been through an earthquake recently. This past week in Virginia there was a 5.9 magnitude earthquake that was felt along the whole eastern coast of the united states. and the eastern coast now is also being hit by hurricane Irene. It is said to hit where i live NY by Sunday the 28th of August Frown

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woozygirl
woozygirl wrote:
2011-06-05 08:24:50 -0700

my grand parents had been in a earthquak before i was born in the philipens Frown pour people

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carson206
carson206 wrote:
2011-05-09 11:30:43 -0700

i dont know what half the stuff is on this list is! i guess it could help.it would help to have a dictionary. haha Blush Blush

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lilliagirl7
lilliagirl7 wrote:
2011-05-07 23:13:08 -0700

I feel so bad for people that had been through a earthquake, hurricane, and torrando

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pajamagirl
pajamagirl wrote:
2011-05-03 06:39:29 -0700

this is very helpful

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PollyPocket123
PollyPocket123 wrote:
2011-04-30 02:10:21 -0700

i have never been through an earthquake,a tornadoe,but i have been through a hurricane Sad

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jessicarabbit899
jessicarabbit899 wrote:
2011-04-27 10:22:00 -0700

I think Illinois had one in 2008,But I was asleep,
ON abc 7 they said it's gonna happen in 2060

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innocentgirl145
innocentgirl145 wrote:
2011-04-19 00:12:25 -0700

I've never been through an earthquake.

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AliceFellDownnn
AliceFellDownnn wrote:
2011-04-17 04:47:03 -0700

I've never been through an earthquake.

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shymeia
shymeia wrote:
2011-04-16 17:33:56 -0700

i think it is very sad because earthquakes shouldnt even happen if there are people there

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brittbritt232
brittbritt232 wrote:
2011-04-16 13:13:25 -0700

Sad that the Autism people in that place had to deal with that sad smile

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MASTER1023
MASTER1023 wrote:
2011-04-14 00:24:52 -0700

Earthquakes are dangerous beacuse they can destroy a counrty in seconds always have a saftey plan

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Jordan
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Jordan wrote:
2011-04-12 04:21:17 -0700

Earthquakes are so scary!!!

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Dr.Ozi
Dr.Ozi wrote:
2011-04-11 12:56:12 -0700

It's not very wise to get under something if the roof with bad stability, regardless if it's old or new, not a good idea. Get in-between a door enterence, it has a strong structure.

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squeeky125
squeeky125 wrote:
2011-04-11 01:20:46 -0700

it's sad about the earthquake and that over 8 thousand people who have died Sad

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