During an earthquake, duck or drop to the floor, take cover under a sturdy desk or table, and hold onto it so that it doesn't move away from you. Wait there the shaking stops. The exterior walls of a building are the most dangerous place to be. Windows, facades, architectural details are the first parts of the building to collapse. Stay away from this danger zone, stay inside if you are inside and outside if you are outside. Duck, cover, and hold wherever you are. Doorways are no safer than elsewhere in the home. If your building actually begins to collapse, you are safest under a sturdy piece of furniture that can shield you from falling debris.
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