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Published on 10 Jul 2019, 12:45
The woman who tried to save her phone when her swimming pool during California’s 7.1 earthquake is talking about her scare. "I was so scared that I was going to end up back in that pool," Debra Bruegl told Inside Edition. Debra Bruegl said she jumped out of her pool when she felt the ground start shaking last week. Feeling unsteady, she sat but she was stunned when her pool water turned into giant waves. She raised her arm in the air to also save her phone from getting soaked.
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