Engineers: Poor construction contributed to China quake death toll

06/8/2008 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Building experts investigating the destruction from China's recent earthquake say more lives could have been saved if there had been better urban planning and construction. A lack of enforcement of building codes was noted, and the problems were particularly bad at some schools and in rural areas.

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