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New earthquake tool at the Seahawks game: why you should look

A lot of 12’s WON’T be at the game with the lucky 68,000 fans at CenturyLink field on Saturday, but we’ll be watching it at home.

Here’s why you might want to watch the website that tracks the new earthquake equipment installed around the field, called the QuickShake tool – fans watching at home will be able to tell that something big just happened a full 30 seconds BEFORE it’s seen on TV, because the game has a broadcast delay of about 30 seconds. Yup, any seismic activity will show up on the QuickShake tool FIRST, in real time.

Check out the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network’s QuickShake tool right HERE.

No more missing any big plays because you went to the bathroom!

About Sue Romero

Sue Romero has been doing news and traffic on the radio in Seattle since 1994. She is originally from southeast Alaska and moved to Seattle to go to the University of Washington. After graduating, she started her radio career in Houston, Texas, but moved back to Seattle because she missed the trees, hills, water and beauty of the Pacific Northwest. While she was in Texas, Sue danced on the NBA Houston Rockets Dance Team and still regularly takes dance in Seattle. She even attended a Seattle Sea Gals workshop, just for fun! Sue loves movies -- especially sci-fi!