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A new research by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) suggests that buildings should be functioning normally even after natural disaster strikes.
A brand-new application is able to alert people in time when earthquakes strike in California.
A large sinkhole appeared in the main junction in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, New York, but nobody injured.
A sinkhole which is about 50 feet wide and 600 feet long, opened up in Meridian, Mississippi, USA.
Only a year has passed after the fatal landslide in Mesa County, Colorado, US and the area is in Level One alert, which means that a heightened level of awareness is required.
A house under construction in Provo is in state οf collapse, due to the landslide that occurred because of a garden hose, which belongs to the back yard of another house.
A mini-landslide was caused by the collapse of a retaining wall in Castle Rock, Colorado.
The building 53 at the Industrial Park of New York collapsed, putting an end to an entire era of analogue photography that gave way to the digital era.
The Silver Bridge was an eyebar suspension bridge which was built in 1928 and took its name for the color of aluminum paint. The bridge linked Point Pleasant (West Virginia) to Gallipoli (Ohio) and passed over the Ohio River.
6.9 magnitude earthquake shook the Aleutian Islands in Alaska, USA, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS).
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