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Objective: To identify which disasters generate which types of debris __________________ generally result in extensive and sometimes hidden damage to structures, sediment from landslides, and damaged property from collapsed walls and roofs. a. Earthquakes b. Fires c. Floods d. Tornadoes
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Earthquakes generally result in extensive and sometimes hidden damage to structures, sediment from landslides, and damaged property from collapsed walls and roofs.
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