"OK/Help" Signs Could Save Time, Lives in Quake Aftermath | NBC Southern California

"OK/Help" Signs Could Save Time, Lives in Quake Aftermath

Seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones says future earthquakes in California are inescapable, but safety officials say what can be controlled is how Angelenos and first responders communicate in the aftermath of the Big One. About 50,000 signs with the word “OK” on one side and “HELP” on the other were distributed across the San Fernando Valley on Monday in an effort to get aid where it’s needed in case of an emergency. Officials say the latest method could save time and lives. Stephanie Elam reports from Chatsworth for the NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on Oct. 15, 2012.

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