Shared October 1, 2008
We’ve updated this video: https://youtu.be/GhFMtCmHc9c
October 21st will mark the 141st Anniversary of the 1868 Hayward Earthquake. Geologists say that's important because major earthquakes happen on the Hayward fault every 140 years on average. With much of the East Bay on or near the fault, geologists and community members are working to prepare for what may be the next big one.
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