Collapsed road bridge after an earthquake

Collapsed road bridge after an earthquake

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Credit: ED YOUNG/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Earthquake damage. Collapsed road bridges after an earthquake. Earthquakes are caused when sections of the earth (tectonic plates) move against each other to relieve stress. Photograph of Highway 1 near Watsonville in California, USA, in 1990. California lies on the boundary between the North American and Pacific plates.

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Keywords: bridge, california, earthquake, earthquake damage, earthquakes, road bridge, seismology, watsonville

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