In this photo taken Nov. 29, 2012, Evelyn Perez and her son stand inside her pantry that she is mindful of keeping well stocked in anticipation of the next earthquake, in Navidad, Chile. Perez , 31, was seven months pregnant when she was jarred awake during the 2010 quake and stepped into the cold, dark streets dragging three kids to the safety of the hills. After the dozens of recent tremors, she has also prepared a quake kit, which she keeps near her doorstep. (AP Photo/Luis Hidalgo)
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