By Jay Rich
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Currently, times are very hard, and people are looking for help and relief, any way they can get it. Normally, when situations get dire, people resort to desperate measures. These are the kinds of things that make places “dangerous.”
However, when one thinks of Los Angeles County, they don’t necessarily think of danger. Even with LA being the birthplace of gangsta rap, a lot has changed in thirty years. But, naturally, LA County is a dangerous place to live.
Recently, FEMA did a study of all of the counties, in the US. The study calculated the risks of over 3,000 counties for eighteen types of natural disasters, including floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, volcano eruptions, and even tsunamis. Los Angeles County came out on top of this list, with the city of LA being dubbed “ground zero” of the Coronavirus pandemic, though that wasn’t included in the study.
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