Earthquake Preparedness: How Retrofitting Makes a Difference
Geologists say major earthquakes happen on the Hayward fault every 140 years on average. The last time was 1868, so we are one year overdue. This story from KQED's Quest series shows how scientists and community members are working to prepare for what may be the next big one.
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