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# Is it possible to have an event that causes more than one hazardous process to occur?

Updated: 12/11/2022

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It is possible to have an event that causes more than one hazardous process to occur. An example is the landslide in Myanmar. Because of the heavy rains, a flood and landslide can both occur. Another example can be seen in the game Sim City. If there is an earthquake in the town, the earthquake can cause fires by the power lines.

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