In Washington over the summer structural engineers were busy inspecting school buildings to see what level of seismic risk they posed. The assessment looked at how close the school is to a fault line, if it is in a tsunami zone or a region vulnerable to a magnitude 9 earthquake out of the Cascadia Subduction Zone, and if it is on soil that would liquefy during an earthquake. The results were terrifying.

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