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Select the proper state as the name comes up and answer correctly for points.

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User: Guest
Date: 2015-10-11
Dear 4KM and 4KJ,Although born in Montana, I have spent the majority of my life lvinig in California. I have experienced many earthquakes. Most have been quick jolts that last a few seconds…sort of like a big, hard shake, but quick. I’ve also experienced long, rolling ones where it sounds like a freight train is rolling by. It’s always interesting to watch the chandeliers swinging or pool water sloshing back and forth following a quake.One time I was on the telephone with my mother-in-law. I was in Los Angeles, and she was in San Diego. The ground started to shake and I heard that rumbling and I said to her, “Hey, we’re having an earthquake right now!” About thirty seconds later she said, “It’s here! I feel the earthquake!”The worst earthquake of my life was the January 17, 1994, Northridge earthquake. It registered a 6.7 magnitude and lasted about 20 seconds. I know that doesn’t sound like a long period of time, but it was scary! The ground kept jolting and shaking and I didn’t think it would ever stop! It hit at around 4:30 A.M., so I was in bed. I remember hearing glass break as some crystal fell off some shelves.Mr. Yollis lived in Northridge in 1994! He said that when the two tectonic plates slipped, one plate jumped about 12-15 feet north in an instant. Consequently, everything in his house that was on a north wall was destroyed. His t.v. fell down, and all the large items in any cabinets that were on a north wall were thrown into the center of the room. Items on the south wall, like his refrigerator, had the contents pressed against the wall and did have much damage. The shaking continued and lots of items were destroyed from just general shaking. There were lots and lots of after-shocks, many of them were quite strong. Mr. Yollis said the jolt nearly threw him out of the bed. When he got up and went down the hallway, he was hit by the wall as the ground and the house were moving. Scary! I’ve lived through many, many small quakes and never really worried much, but the Northridge earthquake scared me. Do you have earthquakes in your area of Australia?Your friend,Mrs. Y llis

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