Bricks that fell from an earthquake cover parked cars in Seattle’s Pioneer Square district on Feb. 28, 2001, after the powerful Nisqually earthquake. If you’re driving during an earthquake, pull over and stop but avoid stopping near a tall building or under a bridge because they could collapse or have debris fall and hit your car.
Bricks that fell from an earthquake cover parked cars in Seattle’s Pioneer Square district on Feb. 28, 2001, after the powerful Nisqually earthquake. If you’re driving during an earthquake, pull over and stop but avoid stopping near a tall building or under a bridge because they could collapse or have debris fall and hit your car. Elaine Thompson AP Photo
Bricks that fell from an earthquake cover parked cars in Seattle’s Pioneer Square district on Feb. 28, 2001, after the powerful Nisqually earthquake. If you’re driving during an earthquake, pull over and stop but avoid stopping near a tall building or under a bridge because they could collapse or have debris fall and hit your car. Elaine Thompson AP Photo

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