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August 30, 1987
The United States and Mexico agreed to exchange emergency workers and materials to provide rescue, medical, utility and firefighting services in the event of a damaging earthquake in the San Diego-Tijuana border area. The agreements were worked out in three days of meetings in Coronado. According to a California Divisions of Mines and Geology report, a magnitude 6.
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August 30, 1987
The United States and Mexico agreed to exchange emergency workers and materials to provide rescue, medical, utility and firefighting services in the event of a damaging earthquake in the San Diego-Tijuana border area. The agreements were worked out in three days of meetings in Coronado. According to a California Divisions of Mines and Geology report, a magnitude 6.
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November 11, 1990 | RALPH FRAMMOLINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It could be any gorgeous day in San Diego County, where 2.4 millionpeople go about their business with the false notion that devastating earthquakes strike only other parts of California. From the top of Mt. Soledad, the city looks resplendent, the buildings and bustle of human activity set amid the sheer beauty of natural topography. Immediately to the west, the colored dots of cars glide undisturbed along Interstate 5. To the south, man-made Mission Bay beckons tourists and residents alike.
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