DENALI FAULT EARTHQUAKE

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Photo - <p>FILE --On Sunday Nov. 3, 2002 a magnitude 7.9 earthquake struck interior Alaska and caused a section of the Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline to shift. The line came off the supports in some places. Here the pipeline leans on its brace at pipeline milepost 588 Monday afternoon Nov. 4, 2002. The white bar to the left of the support should be roughly centered under the pipeline. (AP Photo/The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,John ZHagen ) (REV-SHARE)</p>

FILE --On Sunday Nov. 3, 2002 a magnitude 7.9 earthquake struck interior Alaska and caused a section of the Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline to shift. The line came off the supports in some places. Here the pipeline leans on its brace at pipeline milepost 588 Monday afternoon Nov. 4, 2002. The white bar to the left of the support should be roughly centered under the pipeline. (AP Photo/The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,John ZHagen ) (REV-SHARE)

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FILE --On Sunday Nov. 3, 2002 a magnitude 7.9 earthquake struck interior Alaska and caused a section of the Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline to shift. The line came off the supports in some places. Here the pipeline leans on its brace at pipeline milepost 588 Monday afternoon Nov. 4, 2002. The white bar to the left of the support should be roughly centered under the pipeline. (AP Photo/The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,John ZHagen ) (REV-SHARE)

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