LOS ANGELES - Weather experts on the West Coast have been working pretty much 24/7 as earthquakes have been hitting California at an alarming rate.
One elderly resident of El Segundo, Fionna F. Rushriddle, 86, told news reporters that one of the quakes was so strong that it plum knocked her dentures out of her mouth.
She said that luckily they landed on her pet schnauzer Mr. Piddle and the dentures weren't damaged.
Left Coast meteorologists from Mendocino all the way down to San Diego have warned about the "Big One."
Two earthquake experts who reside in La Brea say that they are concerned that if the tremors keep getting stronger there's a strong possibility that the La Brea Tar Pits could end up in western Arizona.
Many residents of the Golden State are reportedly making arrangements to leave the state and move to other states such as Colorado, Texas, Florida, and Delaware.
Meanwhile, one of the nation's biggest insurance companies has stated that just within the past week the number of new Earthquake Insurance Policies in California has gone up by 1,750 percent