Review 1929 Quake For Clues

Federal scientists are re-examining 1929 records of Atlantic Canada’s worst earthquake to determine the probability of another disaster. The 7.2 quake off Newfoundland & Labrador triggered a killer tsunami that snapped undersea Western Union Telegraph cables: “This is a pilot test to compile historical data.”

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