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California / Earthquake / Stein Interview #744569

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 22, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Paso Robles: Frank Buckley) A strong earthquake in California featured; scenes shown of damages in the city of Paso Robles††, where two women died under debris. [Witnesses Nick SHERWYN†, WOMAN - describe what happened.] [US Geological Survey Russ STEIN†- assesses the damage that would have occurred in a large city.] The issue of aftershocks discussed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with geophysicist Stein about the earthquake. [From Menlo Park, STEIN - explains why the quake is not a surprise; describes the mountainous rural area where the quake struck; outlines what can be learned as the coastline got jacked up; offers views on earthquake "predictions."]

Brown, Aaron;
Buckley, Frank

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