Preparation

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Before time dulls memory, Alaskans who rode out the end of November earthquake that shook the Anchorage metropolitan area to its core might want to take a look back at what got smashed in homes and offices to better start preparing for the next shake, say the experts. Why?

Because Anchorage could get another earthquake of this nature at any time, and possibly even closer to the city center than the last which had its epicenter only about seven miles north.

“It could happen right under Anchorage,” Peter Haeussler, a research geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey observed Monday.

Preparation
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