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It Could Happen Tomorrow Radio/TV Program

It Could Happen Tomorrow: San Francisco Earthquake

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San Francisco: a beloved city famous for its cable cars, its Chinatown, and the Golden Gate Bridge. Seven hundred and fifty thousand people live there, drawn to its quality of life. But it's a dream life that could turn into a nightmare at any moment.

Scientists believe there's a 62-percent chance the San Francisco Bay Area will be hit by a devastating earthquake sometime in the next 30 years. There will be no advance warning; unlike hurricanes and tornados, earthquakes cannot be predicted. The level of destructive energy unleashed by the coming quake will be more powerful than several hundred atomic bombs.

©2007 The Weather Channel Inc.; (P)2007 The Weather Channel Inc.

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    "San Francisco Earthquake"

    This is a predictive episode of the series regarding the possibility of another major earthquake hitting San Francisco. While speculative, it does cover the 1906 earthquake and steps to prepare for a disaster. If you are a fan of weather related tales, you will enjoy this one.

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