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Easter Earthquake

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Hannah Goodrich

on 21 April 2010

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Transcript of Easter Earthquake

At 3:40pm on April 4th, 2010, a 7.2 earthquake hit the Laguna Salada fault in Baja, California, Easter Earthquake It lasted for about 40 seconds. It was felt as far as Santa Barbara. It is said to be strong enough to be felt in Arizona. 40 miles from the Mexico-United States boarder. It was the largest earthquake to strike this area since 1892 Luckily, no fatalities have been reported. There was also another earthquake measuring 4.0. This earthquake hit north of Santa Rosa, California. Both earthquakes caused rock slides and damage to some roadways.
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