Q: If you heard a security alert or warning from a government agency, would it deter you from going about your normal activities? For instance, what if the sirens went off at the Presidio?

Follow Up: Who''s your hero?

Alicia Kirchoff: Seaside/Teacher

A: I''d probably just go about my day. I just believe that our country can handle it.

The Toughest? My mom.

JJ Hall: Marketer/Seaside

A: No, I wouldn''t be alarmed. The Presidio is not a big deal. I think it''s the schools where I''d be more concerned.

Most Trusted? My dad.

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Lillian Babcock: Student/Seaside

A: Kind of. I wouldn''t go outside because I don''t know if I could be killed or something.

Savior? My friend saved me from getting hit by a car. Her name is Dixie.

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