“We have 800 earthquakes a year in Utah,” he said. “Most we don’t feel but when one comes that we can feel, we’re going to make sure we are ready for it.”
Dougherty, public information officer for the Utah Division of Emergency Management, was in Kaysville recently to promote an educational event known as the Great Utah ShakeOut.
“We’re not trying to scare people,” he said, “this is based on science and sophisticated modeling software.”
To read more, check out the March 22 edition of the Davis Clipper