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Palo Alto public-safety officials, others shaken up

A day of lifelike earthquake simulations at the SAP software firm in the Stanford Research Park impresses participants

Some Palo Alto police and fire officials were shaken up Tuesday — but only for about 5 seconds.

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-- Jillian Keenan and Jay Thorwaldson

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Posted by dave
a resident of Downtown North
on Apr 16, 2008 at 8:11 pm

PANDA supported by our Fire Dept. gives a course on how to be prepared and how to help others after a quake. I urge you to seek it out.

Annette Ashton is organizing an City wide Emergency Preparation effort. Ken Dueker of the police dept. is a good resource to get information from.


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