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Earthquakes don’t kill people; buildings do. And those lovely decorative bits are the first to fall

By Ann L Brower, Associate Professor of Environmental Science, University of Canterbury
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If building regulations required cheap fixes such as ensuring chimneys and parapets were structurally attached to the building, we could save lives during earthquakes.

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