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Scientists Are Researching Why Arizona Is Falling Apart And It May Lead To Evacuation
Arizona is a state in the south-west region of the United States. Nowadays it is hard to live in Arizona because huge slabs of rocks are raining down and no one knows the reason behind it.
It is really tough for people to cope up with this rock rains, let's see what can be the reason behind this mess.
Rocks are probably falling because of cracked slab in this 50 feet tall mountain which weighs around 500,000 pounds.
According to Bureau of Reclamation it is regarded as biggest pieces of potential debris recorded so far.
If rocks of this mountain continues to fall, it'll hit Glen Canyon Dam which can knock out all electric and water utilities in the surrounding area.
This can lead to serious disaster.
Workers are trying to fix it by drilling bolts into the stone but everything went in vain.
Rocks are still falling down, now only evacuation can be done to fix this problem.
Arizona have many nefarious crack, in 2013, Luepp, experienced a fissure that was 500 feet deep and 900 feet long at this place.
Nobody knows the reason behind these nefarious crack, maybe local mining or excess utilization of ground water is the reason behind it.
If this continues, whole slab will fall off which will destroy everything, lets hope everything gets in control and people of Arizona gets required help before time.
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