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Earthquake: 1992 St. George, Utah; Magnitude 5.8, Aerial View of House Road and Vehicles on Landslide in Springdale, Utah
The Salt Lake Tribune and University of Utah Seismograph Stations
August 31, 1992
Part of the 1995-1997 Personalizing the Earthquake Threat publication by the University of Utah Seismograph Stations, Earthquake Education Services; U.S. Geological Survey NEHRP project, award 1434-95-G-2566.
Three Homes were Destroyed in the Balanced Rock Subdivision in Springdale Utah when the Earthquake Reactivated an Old Landslide 30 Miles Away From the Epicenter. The Couple Living in this House were Unable to Use their Vehicles to Escape the Landslide. 1992 St. George, Utah, Earthquake Magnitude 5.8.