If the devastating earthquake that experts expect in San Francisco someday does indeed strike, the area is a long way from being prepared, an American Red Cross survey indicated, according to Reuters.The survey, whose results were released Thursday, showed that only 6 percent of the region\u2019s residents would be prepared with a disaster plan, Reuters reports. The Red Cross is using the 100th anniversary of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, which killed about 3,000 people, to urge people to prepare for natural disasters, according to Reuters.\u201cGovernment is not going to be there in the first 24 hours,\u201d said former California Gov. Jerry Brown, now the mayor in Oakland, Reuters reports.If the \u201cBig One\u201d were to hit, the consequences could be far worse than the 1906 incident, an expert from the U.S. Geological Survey told Reuters. Regional coordinator Mary Lou Zoback told Reuters the earthquake could affect 10 million people if the San Andreas Fault that runs through a sizable portion of California ruptured.\u201cIt\u2019s becoming clear from our modeling that there are certain hot spots that will shake longer and harder,\u201d Zoback told Reuters. \u201cSilicon Valley is one of those hot spots.\u201dKeep checking in at our CSO Security Feed page for updated news coverage.