In the case of a major emergency, it could take days before safety officials from the police and fire department get around to checking on everyone, . The June 4 Disaster Preparedness Fair at taught attendees how to be safe and prepared in the event of a major catastrophe.
Representatives from the , Cal Tech and other organizations shared about water supply, neighborhood watch, disaster preparedness supplies, Ham radio operation, and more.
Attendees could experience the Quakey Shakey Schoolhouse, which simulated a 4.5-5.0 earthquake and is operated by the Los Angeles County Fire Department. For a . For a .
Many thanks to Debra Spaulding, one of the event's organizers, who provided these photos to Patch.