California earthquake alarm sounded - 92 years late
22 June 2017
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Californians regularly go through safety drills to help them survive quakes and tremors
A warning about a massive earthquake off the coast of California has been sent 92 years late.
A computer error caused the US Geological Survey (USGS) to issue the false alarm about the magnitude 6.8 quake.
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