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TWO INJURED FRIENDS... IN A CANYON UKNOWN [2014 06 28_20h25m13.mp3]

TWO INJURED FRIENDS... IN A CANYON UKNOWN [2014 06 28_20h25m13.mp3]

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Generally, Arizona is at low risk of earthquakes, except for the southwestern portion which is at moderate risk due to its proximity to Southern California. On the other hand, Northern Arizona is at moderate risk due to numerous faults in the area. The regions that are at lowest risk in the state are near and west of Phoenix.The earliest Arizona earthquakes were recorded at Fort Yuma, on the California side of the Colorado River. They were centered near the Imperial Valley, or Mexico, back in the 1800s. The first damaging earthquake known to be centered within Arizona's borders occurred on January 25, 1906, also including a series of other earthquakes centered near Socorro, New Mexico. The shock was violent in Flagstaff. In 1887, Douglas felt the shock of a magnitude 7.2 earthquake with an epicenter 40 miles to the south in the Mexican state of Sonora.In September of 1910, a series of fifty-two earthquakes caused a construction crew near Flagstaff to leave the area............

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