Friday, January 15, 2010

Tragic Earthquake in Haiti a Shocking Reminder to Store Water and Be Prepared

The devastating and tragic 7.0 earthquake in Haiti on January 12th is a shocking reminder for all of us to be prepared for a major earthquake to strike the San Francisco Bay Area at any time.

Store at least one gallon of water per person per day to last at least three days after a major disaster. Store additional water for houseguests and pets. Store water away from sunlight and heat and replace every six months. Learn more about getting prepared by visiting

New Crystal Springs Bypass Tunnel Staffer Helping on the Ground in Haiti
Blake Rothfuss, a Lead Quality Assurance/Safety Inspector with Jacobs Associates on the New Crystal Springs Bypass Tunnel project in San Mateo is in Haiti serving as a Structures Specialist with FEMA's Urban Search & Rescue Team (USAR). His team checks buildings for victims and helps safely remove debris to access trapped survivors.

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