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San Francisco, California / Earthquake Anniversary #848943

FNC Evening News for Monday, Apr 17, 2006
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: Erik Liljegren) Earthquake preparedness issues for San Francisco, California, a hundred years tomorrow after the great San Francisco Earthquake, examined; details given on studies concluding the city is not ready for another big quake & the damage the 1906 quake would cause now, and the high chances there will be another major earthquake here in the next 30 years; historical footage shown. [US Geological Survey Dr. David SCHWARTZ†, Degenkolb Engineering president Chris POLAND†, Public Utilities Commission Susan LEAL†- comment on the vulnerabilities.]

Smith, Shepard;
Liljegren, Erik

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