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Could an earthquake hit Austin? KVUE meteorologist Albert Ramon explains

There are 3 comments on the KVUE.com story from Oct 21, 2011, titled Could an earthquake hit Austin? KVUE meteorologist Albert Ramon explains. In it, KVUE.com reports that:

The earthquake was centered near Peggy, Texas, or about 47 miles south-southeast of San Antonio.

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Since: Oct 11

Sandy, TX

#1 Oct 22, 2011
I know there is an extinct fault line running down Mopac through Austin, but it is said to be non-active? http://www.digitechwebdesignaustin.com
It Could Happen Tommorrow

United States

#2 Oct 23, 2011
Darryl Stevens wrote:
I know there is an extinct fault line running down Mopac through Austin, but it is said to be non-active? http://www.digitechwebdesignaustin.com
That's the Balcones Faultline runs through middle of Val Verde,Uvalde,north Medina,west northeast Bexar,middle of Comal,Hays,Travis Counties.
Hanz

Austin, TX

#3 Nov 17, 2011
Not going to happen.

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