Last night, a 5.7-magnitude earthquake shook the area from San Diego to Los Angeles. The quake was likely an aftershock of Easter Sunday’s 7.2, according to seismologists at the California Institute of Technology. Aftershocks can, apparently, be felt months and even years after the original quake.
While there were luckily no reports of significant damage, the quake is a good reminder why we should be prepared. Check out our comprehensive guide to earthquake preparedness
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