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Statewide Earthquake Drill Coming Soon

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Tens of thousand of Montanans will take part in a statewide drill and you can be a part of it too.

It's called the Rocky Mountain Shakeout, the state's first statewide earthquake drill.

The purpose is to make people aware of what to do in a quake and make sure they take the appropriate actions.

The State of Montana Disaster and Emergency Services organized the drill along with the governor and the American Red Cross.

So far, 50,000 Montanans signed up for the drill, taking place on October 23rd at 10:23 am.

21 million people across the world signed-up.

You can too by clicking on Connections.

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