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Scene 1 from the quick clay landslide in Rissa 1978
Fra: NGIInfo | Opprettet: 27. okt. 2010
The Quick clay landslide in Rissa, Sør-Trøndelag in 1978, is the largest in volume that has hit Norway after 1900.
Over 20 houses and farms were taken of the slide, and one person died. A total of 5-6 million cubic meters of mud slid out from an area of 33 hectare and the landslide left a fracture edge of 1.5 kilometers.