If there is a earthquake when you're at any CA area themepark, where is the best place to protect yourself?Disneyland: Hey, it happens....
From vg fernandezHI, i know that sounds a little dumb, but what do you think is the best place to protect yourself if there is a earthquake when you're in any california themepark?
Posted July 30, 2008 at 7:57 AM
BTW. Sorry for my english :(
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From Bo PedersenI would suggest following any directions from theme park staff. as the park itself could become a very dangerous place, what with coasters being rocked.
Posted July 30, 2008 at 10:57 AM
however in the best case scenario, it could make one heck of a coaster ride :)
seriously though, follow guidelines, safety first.
From David TewYour English is great!!!!. I think that EQ's are the last thing to worry about if your are planning a visit to California, Common sence as a tourist is the formost you should practice. But for EQ's...duck, hold, and cover in place. In a hotel learn all the exits, keep a small flash light near you at night
Posted November 2, 2008 at 1:29 AM
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