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The Great Shake continued. The earthquake hard in the neighborhood of Chinatown and hundreds of citizens are left missing, it has also been reported that between 225,000 and 300,000 people are now homeless, wandering the streets with no place to stay. Thousands of refugees have gone to Oakland to escape the damage and trauma in the bay caused by the quake. The damage is estimated to be millions. For more than 270 miles along the San Andrea’s rift there were cracks and large noticeable faults where the ground had shifted significantly . The country on the east side of the rift had moved southward relative to the country on the west side of the rift. The greatest movement had been 21 feet about 30 miles northwest of San Francisco.

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