This just in I have just found out that Northern Sumatra, and Indonesia has experienced a huge unforgiving earthquake three years ago on March 28th 11:09pm.
This was a large earthquake with a massive magnitude of 8.6. This was a very serious situation and unplanned one too. The intensity was approximately 11. The depth was 18.6 miles set down by location program. The Felt report was enormous felt by almost everyone in the region. Nearly 1000 people were killed in the incident, 300 buildings destroyed in Nias. 100 people killed, many injured and several buildings damaged in Simeulue. 200 people were killed in Kepulauan Banyak. Only 3 people were killed along with 40 injured, and some damage in the Meulaboh area, Sumatra. A 3-meter tsunami damaged the port and airport on Simeulue. Tsunami runup heights as high as 2 meters were observed on the west coast of Nias and 1 meter at Singkil and Meulaboh, Sumatra. At least 10 people were killed during evacuation of the coast of Sri Lanka. Felt with an intensity of 4 along the west coast of Malaysia. There was also an intensity of 4 felt at Bangkok and 3 at Phuket, Thialand. A 3 was felt at Singapore, and a 3 at Male, Maldives. The quake was also felt in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India and in Sri Lanka. Tsunami wave heights were recorded from selected tide stations: about 40 cm on Panjang, Indonesia and about 25 cm at Colombo, Sri Lanka; 40 cm on Hanimadu, 18 cm at Male and 10 cm at Gan, Maldives. Initial observations indicate about 1 meter of subsidence on the coast of Kepulauan Banyak as well as 1 meter was uplifted on the coast of Simeulue. Seiches were observed on ponds in West Bengal, and as well as India.
In Conclusion, You can never be too careful, so always have a safe plan to use if you get stuck in the middle of an earthquake, because it is better to be safe than sorry.