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Scientists say latest 6.1 aftershock in Mexico is 'not surprising' - Los Angeles Times
A new earthquake sent residents streaming into the streets of Mexico City early Saturday, creating a fresh wave of alarm in a country still reeling from two powerful earthquakes over the past three weeks. The U.S. Geological Survey said the new temblor ...
Most of us are not ready for a major earthquake. This guy can help — and maybe save your life - Los Angeles Times
In short, they need to follow the lead of Los Angeles, Santa Monica and San Francisco, which have ordered retrofitting of the most vulnerable kinds of buildings. The televised rubble in Mexico and the collapse of a concrete building were horrific ...
South Korea says natural earthquake detected in North Korea - Los Angeles Times
South Korea's weather agency said a magnitude 3.2 earthquake was detected in North Korea on Saturday close to where the country recently conducted a nuclear test, but it assessed the quake as natural. The quake was detected in an area around Kilju, ...and more »
Death toll from Mexico's earthquake climbs to 230 as frantic search continues for survivors - Los Angeles Times
Firefighters, soldiers and volunteers, at times working with bare hands and donated flashlights, searched massive piles of rubble for any signs of life Wednesday after a violent earthquake that toppled buildings across central Mexico. There were ...
Could your building collapse in a major earthquake? Look up your address on these databases - Los Angeles Times
The destruction from the 7.1 earthquake that rocked central Mexico on Tuesday is a reminder of the vulnerabilities Southern California faces from a strong temblor. After decades of debate, Los Angeles and several other cities have in recent years ...
Fixing LA buildings vulnerable to collapse is vital before next big earthquake, Garcetti says - Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said the significant destruction and death toll from Tuesday's earthquake in Mexico should prompt owners and local governments across California to get more buildings retrofitted to withstand quakes as soon as possible.and more »