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What Were The Effects From The Earthquake Kobe?

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1.Deformed ground surface
2.Damage to man made strutures such as houses
3.Damage to towns and cities
4.Loss of human and animal life
5.Devasting fires
6.Landslides
7.Flash floods
8.Tsunamis
9.Avalanches
10.Tidal waves (tsunami)
11.Fire
12.Flooding
13.Death
14.Building damage
15.Road and bridges destroyed
16.Broken gas lines
17.Spills of hazardous chemicals
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The earthquake killed many people and it also brought many buildings down. This is because the houses were strong, but the roofs were too heavy!!
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The Earthquake Kobe is also known as Great Hanshin Earthquake and it occured in Japan on 17th January 1995. It measured 7.3 on the Richter magnitude scale and the effects of this earthquake were devastating. It resulted in death of 6434 people and damaged the economy immensely. For details see the link below:
en.wikipedia.org

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