You’ve seen and read about the shaking, earthquakes now causing a scene in south central Kansas.
Now, two school districts are looking to expand their insurance to cover earthquakes.
In Wellington, the school district began talking about earthquakes back in 2011.
“It’s unbelievable isn’t it? Would have never thought,” said USD 353 Assistant Superintendent Larry Roth.
He’s now working to gather earthquake insurance information for the school board.
“I never thought we’d be talking about earthquakes here in Kansas,” said Roth.
The only problem is the insurance company can’t give them a quote. Not won’t give them a quote, can’t.
The insurance company requires seven days without earthquakes before it can provide a quote. Roth believes they now have a window between quakes.
(Read more: KWCH)Details