Indiana Department of Homeland Security recognizes Earthquake Awareness Month

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February is Earthquake Awareness Month.
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security says that while earthquakes in Indiana seem unlikely, the reality is that the state is near two seismic zones that have the potential to produce both small and major earthquakes.
Actually, about 2,000 tremors a day occur in the central U.S. If an earthquake were to strike, you should stop what you are doing and get on your hands and knees, cover your head and neck with one arm and crawl under a sturdy piece of furniture and hold on to it with your other arm.

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