Preschoolers at Hopkins Preschool in Aberdeen crouch under tables during an earthquake drill. The plan is to get students under their desks until the shaking subsides and then to walk about three-quarters of a mile up a hill before the tsunami hits.
Preschoolers at Hopkins Preschool in Aberdeen crouch under tables during an earthquake drill. The plan is to get students under their desks until the shaking subsides and then to walk about three-quarters of a mile up a hill before the tsunami hits. Ellen M. Banner The Seattle Times
Preschoolers at Hopkins Preschool in Aberdeen crouch under tables during an earthquake drill. The plan is to get students under their desks until the shaking subsides and then to walk about three-quarters of a mile up a hill before the tsunami hits. Ellen M. Banner The Seattle Times

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