EarthQuatch: Quakes and Tsunamis

While Ecuador is in search/rescue and beginning to determine recovery sites, for later efforts – and assessing what buildings will end up being torn down – I have to say kudos and what an exemplar of Government Response – the President is returning from Italy, the VP was on TV to assure the citizens that the police, fire and military were being deployed to assist with civilian rescue and recovery.

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