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Only a matter of time: The disaster awaiting Pacific Northwest
Only a matter of time: The disaster awaiting Pacific Northwest
Only a matter of time: The disaster awaiting Pacific Northwest

Only a matter of time: The disaster awaiting Pacific Northwest - CBS Sunday Morning

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Five years ago a 9.0 mag earthquake and tsunami devastated eastern Japan in 2011, and scientists say it's a question of when, not If, it happens here in the Pacific Northwest; research shows the region is overdue for a major quake. To prepare for a devastating natural disaster, officials are drawing up evacuation plans and greenlighting seismic upgrades.  Don Dahler has a report on the efforts some communities are making.
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