What We've Learned 50-years after the Sylmar Earthquake

50 years ago today, a 6.6 earthquake hit the San Fernando Valley causing major damage. Freeways collapsed, buildings toppled and 64 people were killed. The quake lasted just 12 seconds, but the aftermath has left a lasting impact. LADWP Manager of Project Engineering of Water Systems, Steven Cole talks about what we have learned, and what has changed in terms of infrastructure in Southern California.

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