Our town is situated in an earthquake zone. We can’t do anything to
stop earthquakes, but we should see to it that safety measures are taken
in order to limit the loss of human life and material damage.
Before an earthquake, we’d better not place objects over bed
because they may fall over family members and injure them. ...
During the earthquake, we’d better not panic and run away in all
directions, for we can be injured or killed. We’d better stand in a
doorway or crouch under a desk or a table, stay well away from windows
or glass dividers, for our safety.
After an earthquake, we’d better provide first aid because family
members and neighbours may be injured.