New app warns LA residents seconds before a massive earthquake strikes

ShakeAlertLA app, developed by LA Mayor Eric Garcetti in partnership with AT&T and United States Geological Survey, was released on Dec. 31.
0:22 | 01/04/19

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Transcript for New app warns LA residents seconds before a massive earthquake strikes
Police in our people and Southern California have a new way to be alerted about earthquakes it's called the shake alert LA app. It was developed by LA mayor air guard Teddy who says the apple send users in alert ten to twenty seconds before a major quake hit. Right now the app is only effective for Los Angeles county the hope. Is to eventually had to cover the whole state California.

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