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Originally posted by henriquefd
So, a prediction that almost happened is different from a failed prediction, how? Just another case for the huge pile of failed predictions.
It was the deadliest earthquake to rock Spain since April 19, 1956 when a tremor wrecked buildings and killed 11 people in Albolote, a town in the southern Spanish province of Granada.
The last earthquake to claim lives in Spain struck February 28, 1969, damaging buildings in Huelva and Isla Cristina in the southwest, seismological institute records showed. That quake killed 19 people in total but most of the victims were from outside Spain.