Essay On San Francisco Earthquake

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Have you ever been awake during an earthquake? Imagine if it were awoken by a everything shaking. An earthquake 20 times worse than a normal earthquake. How about 150 times worse? In the morning of April 18, 1906, the community of San Francisco didn’t have to think about this and ponder, but had to live it. The catastrophic earthquake of 1906 hugely impacted San Francisco wealth, resources, and financial systems. It also resulted in havoc and destruction among the people of the town and this earthquake made record breaking results in being one of the worst natural disaster in history at that time period. The destruction tore building apart, injured several hundreds were injured and thousands of people got killed. We as a whole, know that earthquakes are extremely dangerous and can cause major destruction throughout our world, but the San Francisco earthquake was marked as one of the worst natural disasters, because it not only impacted the people in the city, but the landmarks in the city. Earthquakes usually don 't start fires, but this one did, which also destroyed the central business district. As a community in that time, they weren 't aware of what to do in this situation because this never happened to them. Thankfully, nowadays we are more aware and cautious in what to do if an earthquake like …show more content…
The major lesson and key goal is that that communities, committees, and everyone need to develop an disaster preparation plan and response ability and capacity. And it needs to be constantly up to date in maintaining that powers and ability given growth, economic and other load and stress, and the normal wreckage of any framework, base, and groundwork. The devastation among the people of the town and proven to be one of the worst natural

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