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Earthquakes / Chile / The Dangers / Lerner-Lam Interview #960224

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 01, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Concepcion: Soledad O'Brien, Karl Penhaul) The aggressive looting in Chile after the earthquake, the blame of the navy for not giving a tsunami warning & the frustration of the people discussed; inset video shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The question of where the next big earthquake will happen introduced; details given about the five cities most at risk: Jakarta, Seattle, Tehran, Tokyo & Los Angeles. Live interview held with Columbia University director of seismology Arthur Lerner-Lam† about the chance of an earthquake in Los Angeles & Seattle. [LERNER-LAM†- talks about preparedness in Los Angeles, the timeframe for predicting an earthquake, the situation in Seattle & Jakarta & the tsunami threat.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Karl, Soledad O'Brien,

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