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  • Are you smarter than a Beaufort County 2nd grader? Earthquake edition

    A number of schools in Beaufort County participated in the Great SouthEast ShakeOut earthquake drill on Thursday morning, so we caught up with a few 2nd graders to find out how much they actually know about the natural disaster that they are protecting themselves from.

Are you smarter than a Beaufort County 2nd grader? Earthquake edition

A number of schools in Beaufort County participated in the Great SouthEast ShakeOut earthquake drill on Thursday morning, so we caught up with a few 2nd graders to find out how much they actually know about the natural disaster that they are protecting themselves from.
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