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Have you ever witnessed an earthquake? What effect did it have on you?

Q: Have you ever witnessed an earthquake? What effect did it have on you?

In general, the word earthquake is used to describe any seismic event either natural or caused by humans. Here we are talking about the natural cause. A natural disaster is a sudden natural event triggered by environmental factor which can cause loss of life or property damage.

Earthquake is one of the common natural disasters worldwide that has claimed several lives causing huge economic losses.

You might have also witnessed an earthquake in your time. This is an open discussion to share about any earthquake experienced in your life. Kindly use the comment section below to share your earthquake experiences.

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  1. Yes, I have witnessed many earthquakes in California region from last 30 years. The earthquakes are most common in these regions. Most of the earthquake last for short span of time. Bit of twist and turn underground. The intense shaking however, rattles windows,tv, etc

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  2. I was in a town on the first floor and I feel dizzy and uncontrolled due to the movement of things, this curp was at Curp Verde

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