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What are the primary impacts of an earthquake?

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The primary impacts of an earthquake are the immediate effects of the ground shaking. Here are a few examples of the possible impacts: Buildings and bridges collapse. People are injured or killed by buildings and bridges collapsing. Roads, railways,
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