- 1 0 年前最佳解答
what to do during an earthquake
1. If you are indoors, duck or drop down to the floor. Take cover under a sturdy desk, table or other furniture. Hold on to it and be prepared to move with it. Hold the position until the ground stops shaking and it is safe to move. Stay clear of windows and heavy furniture or appliances that may fall over.The kitchen is a particularly dangerous spot. Stay inside to avoid being injured by falling glass or building parts. If you are in a crowded area, take cover where you are. Stay calm and encourage others to do likewise.
2. If you are outside, get into the open, away from buildings and power lines.
3. If you are driving, stop if it is safe, but stay inside your car. Stay away from bridges, overpasses and tunnels. Move your car as far out of the normal traffic pattern as possible. If possible, avoid stopping under trees, light posts, power lines, or signs.
4. If you are in a mountainous area, or near unstable slopes or cliffs, be alert for falling rock and other debris that could be loosened by the earthquake.
5. If you are at the beach, move quickly to higher ground or several hundred yards inland.參考資料： me
- 1 0 年前
Taiwan, lying near the junction of two tectonic plates, is prone to earthquakes.
During an earthquake, we should not use our phones, except for a medical or fire emergency. You could tied up the lines needed for an emergency response.
After the earthquake, make sure to wear sturdy shoes to avoid injury from broken glass and debris.
The real lesson that we learn from earthquake is to motivate our society to strengthen building structure and improve our planning and preparedness.