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(Salem, OR)  --  Governor Kate Brown is supporting an early warning system for earthquakes.  Brown's office says such a system could be up and running by 2023, and Brown included 12-million dollars for it in her proposed budget.  University of Oregon professor Doug Toomey says seconds of notice could allow people to take instant precautions for an imminent quake.  OregonLive reports that the system would gather data from an array of seismometers and GPS sensors.

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