Serra Rangel 
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Re: “Share Your Stories About The Two Days That Shook Humboldt

I was only 11, but I remember that day very clearly. When the first quake hit, myself, a friend and my little sister were alone in my living room (my mom was outside) and all of a sudden, everything just started shaking and harder than I'd ever felt before. The sound reminded me of riding in my grandparents motor home, all the dishes clacking together. Things spilled out of the cupboards and started to fall all around. We ducked and covered our heads like they taught us in school. It seemed like it went on forever. When it stopped, everything was a mess and immediately the fear grew of having to evacuate for a tsunami. Luckily, that wasn't the case. Later that night my whole family slept together in the living room and we had two other large earthquakes. I remember my head lying on the ground and feeling it shake under me as my mom screamed to get to the hall way, which was the "safe place. " I remember in the morning watching the news of the Scotia stores all on fire. It seemed like the end of the world at the time.

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Posted by Serra Rangel on 04/22/2017 at 10:50 PM

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