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Earthquake risk assessment centre.High Medium Low
Earthquake risk assessment centre.Seismologists report some small scale movements in the tectonic plates. High Medium Low
Earthquake risk assessment centre.Local police report cracks appearing in roads along the path of the fault. Risk High Medium Low
Earthquake risk assessment centre.Mitchell and Nathan huge each other... they are scared… High Medium Low
Earthquake risk assessment centre.Stable seismic activity, no need for worry. Risk High Medium Low
Earthquake risk assessment centre.Local citizens report birds have been seen flying on mass across the skies. Risk High Medium Low
Earthquake risk assessment centre.Megan and Luke look at each other in a strange way… Risk High Medium Low
Earthquake risk assessment centre.Park rangers report the level of the local reservoir has fallen. Risk High Medium Low
Earthquake risk assessment centre.Local residents reporting loss of pressure in water pipes. Risk High Medium Low
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