LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A local community got a life-saving loan quake preparedness Sunday.

The Shakey-Quakey, a mobile earthquake station operated by the Los Angeles County Fire Department, made its way to the South Robertson area.

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Residents stepped inside and got to experience the power of a moderate quake.

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“We go to churches, schools, block parties. We have a website that you can go on and apply for the Shakey-Quakey to come, and we will teach kids and adults about earthquake preparedness,” LACoFD Public Information Officer Robert Baker said.

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Sunday’s demonstration in the South Robertson area is considered one of the largest annual quake preparededness events in the Southland.