In this Nov.15, 2012 photo, Naval Museum workers laugh during an earthquake and tsunami simulation in El Callao, Peru. Seismologists, engineers and civil defense officials agree that Lima is due for an earthquake but is acutely vulnerable and sorely unprepared. The city's current contingency plans call for setting up mobile hospitals in tents in city parks but they could only handle about 10,000 injured, according to Agustin Gonzalez, an official from the Center for Disaster Study and Prevention. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

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In this Nov.15, 2012 photo, Naval Museum workers laugh during an earthquake and tsunami simulation in El Callao, Peru. Seismologists, engineers and civil defense officials agree that Lima is due for an earthquake but is acutely vulnerable and sorely unprepared. The city's current contingency plans call for setting up mobile hospitals in tents in city parks but they could only handle about 10,000 injured, according to Agustin Gonzalez, an official from the Center for Disaster Study and Prevention. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)
In this Nov.15, 2012 photo, Naval Museum workers laugh during an earthquake and tsunami simulation in El Callao, Peru. Seismologists, engineers and civil defense officials agree that Lima is due for an earthquake but is acutely vulnerable and sorely unprepared. The city's current contingency plans call for setting up mobile hospitals in tents in city parks but they could only handle about 10,000 injured, according to Agustin Gonzalez, an official from the Center for Disaster Study and Prevention. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)
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