It matters what earthquake it is it can be a volcanic earthquake that would make the road messed up and it all matters about the magnitude that is what makes trouble.
so it matters about two things what kind of earthquake and the magnitude.
Earthquakes can cause damage to life and property. Buildings and roads can collapse because of that.
Depending up on the intensity of an earthquake buildings, roads, dams and many other structures get damaged. Keeping in view the safety of buildings and dams from earthquakes special designs are being developed.
The buildings collapse.
Depending on the strength of the earthquake [via the Richter Scale] it can cause either very minor shakes or drastically damage an area. Cracks in the roads, buildings collapse, bridges split.. etc.
Make sure that older buildings are retrofitted for earthquakes. There are still buildings in San Francisco that were around in the 1906 quake that still have damage . To make sure that overpasses are fitted for earthquakes. It build newer houses for earthquakes.
Depends on how hard the earthquake's damage done on the Richter Scale
By constructing buildings and structures that are earthquake resistant.
They damage and destroy buildings and structures which land on people and trap them.
it will subside and damage roads, bridges, buildings etc.
The violent shaking of earth causes most damage. This shaking disrupts the foundation of buildings.
buildings, roads, houses and sometimes when people get struck by lightning there is a possibility that he will die.
One of the effects of earthquakes is liquidation this turns the earths crust into a substance such as quick sand sucking a building into the ground.The short term effects of earthquakes may include damage to buildings, fires, disruption of water/sewer lines, displaced people/cars, damage to infrastructure (roads, highways, and bridges), etc.falling houses
It destroys the roads, houses, Family, friends, worldly postions, Buildings, puts people out of jobs and kills a lot of life stock. It causes millions of dollars worth of damage and land scape repairs.
Volcanic Eruptions, cracked roads and highways, collapsed buildings, broken structures, tsunamis, etc.
There is no way to reduce an earthquake, however you can reduce the damage an earhquake causes by constructing buildings to withstand earthquakes.
Both tornadoes and earthquakes can damage or destroy buildings and infrastructure and can kill and injure people. However they cause damage in different ways.
Earthquakes can be very damaging to an area. An earthquake can turn structurally unsound buildings to ruble, damage foundations, and ruin streets.
Earthquakes are divided into catagories like 1 to 5. 1 is the least damage, 2 is a little more damage, 3 is alot of damage, 4 is porbly one of the earthquakes that make most buildings fall, 5 earthquake is the worst of them all, everything is crumbled and smashed.
Earthquakes can do a lot of damage to just one place.EFFECTS OF EARTHQUAKE:AvalanchesTidal waves (tsunami)SpillsFloodingDeathEstablishment damageTransportation nessecities destroyedBroken electricity and Gas linesEarthquakes produce various damaging effects to the areas they act upon. This includes damage to buildings and in worst cases the loss of human life. The effects of the rumbling produced by earthquakes usually leads to the destruction of structures such as buildings, bridges, and other standing establishments.
Damage from earthquakes include collapsed buildings, fallen telephone poles & trees, fires, gas leaks, disruption of water/sewer lines, damage to infrastructure (roads, highways, and bridges), etc. Pulled/broken power lines can cause power outages and electrical fires. Falling debris and wreckage can damage cars, property, humans, and animals alike. Damage to homes include broken windows, glass and mirrors in addition to gas or electrical fires. Homes and buildings can become completely destroyed or unsafe to live in causing large numbers of people to become homeless overnight. Large earthquakes at sea can cause tsunamis which in turn can cause great damage to ships at sea and to the land if it hits ground.
Many buildings were destroyed including the only hospital, the airport and many main roads.
many, buildings and roads destroyed, power shortages, loss of food and water, thousands of deaths and an estimated 1,000,000 left homeless
to reduce earthquake damage, new buildings must be made stronger and more flexible. older buildings however must be modified to withstand stronger earthquakes