“Public safety is important to be addressed in the community, and by having an event as this we can also bring the community together,” said Stajura. "An event like this one helps educate people on the precautionary steps to take in case an earthquake occurs. Nonetheless, the fair is not limited to just providing its audience that information. The Department of Water will be present educating the public about electrical safety measures," added Stajura.
In addition, the American Red Cross and Los Angeles Police Department will also be at the fair interacting with the crowds. The Fire Department is expected to put together a
The “Big Shaker,” an 8.0 magnitude earthquake simulation will grant people the opportunity to experience firsthand what an earthquake feels like and how to react to it. This is the second year the Emergency Preparedness Fair has taken place. Michael Stujura hopes the event will continue on in the following years with the help of the community.
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