ShakeOut Earthquake Drill

2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Earthquake Drill 2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Earthquake Drill 2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Earthquake Drill 2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Earthquake Drill 2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Earthquake Drill 2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Earthquake Drill 2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Earthquake Drill 2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Earthquake Drill 2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Earthquake Drill 2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Earthquake Drill 2/7/12-Students in Kendra McFail's 5th grade class at St. Ferdinand School in Florissant learned to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" as they took part in the Great Central U.S. "ShakeOut" Tuesday. Three million people in 11 states, including nearly a half million in MIssouri, took part in the 2nd annual drill designed to raise awareness about earthquake preparedness and safety. Not only is February Earthquake Awareness Month, but Tuesday was the 200th anniversary of the strongest of a series of earthquakes that occurred along the New Madrid fault in 1811-12. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
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