Thu, 12 Aug 2010 5:53p.m.
A security camera has captured the moments a big earthquake shook Vanuatu on Tuesday.
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20/08/2010 11:43:08 p.m.
CCTV Security Camera Systems wrote:
It's so terrific! this footage is only possible because of cctv camera, the main advantage of cctv camera is that can help us to see how to tackle such kind of situation if it will happen in future.
13/08/2010 1:35:54 p.m.
Jayne Van der Zalm wrote:
my friend and I were in the Grand Hotel at the time of the first earthquake, it was truely very scary. When we got outside after the quake and looked back at the building we were in there were large cracks down the sides of the building so reports of damage where not quite correct and the fact that there were no checks done on the building before they let people back in was really bad. We were at the airport when the second Quake hit, about 600 people were trapped in one small room when the staff ran outside and left us all in there with NO way out..Nice way to treat vistors...We will never return
13/08/2010 10:41:00 a.m.
I came across a neat application to warn about earthquakes for iPad and iPhone. Sorry PC users! It sends push notifications for every earthquake event matching a user set magnitude criteria. I received the Haiti earthquake notification within a minute. I was surprised how common earthquakes are around the world!
iPhone : http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/quake-warn/id320655564?mt=8
iPad : http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/quakewarn-hd/id381918732?mt=8
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