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Midwest / Earthquake Prediction #334739

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 20, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New Madrid, Missouri: James Hattori) Scientist Ivan Browning's prediction of giant earthquake to strike December 3 along New Madrid, Missouri, fault in nation's heartland examined; location of earthquakes in early 1800's illustrated on screen. [Two RESIDENTS, BROWNING, Saint Louis University Brian MITCHELL - comment.] Browning noted predicting Mt. Saint Helens eruption and Mexico City and San Francisco earthquakes. [Earthquake Information Center David STEWART - comments.] Preparations noted. [Factory MANAGER, earthquake survival teacher Bob EDWARDS, two RESIDENTS - comment.]

Hattori, James;
Rather, Dan

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