extent of damage


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extent of damage

The visible plan area of damage to a target element, usually expressed in units of 1,000 square feet, in detailed damage analysis and in approximate percentages in immediate-type damage assessment reports; e.g., 50 percent structural damage.
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The cause of the fire, as well as the extent of damage, remain to be determined, SITA wrote on February 27.
A picture of the extent of damage caused by Cyclone Gita is emerging and it is clear a big response and clean-up job lies ahead.
A video recorded at the scene of the accident shows people fleeing the sight of the accident and the extent of damage caused.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian Transport Minister Ali Hamud pointed to the extent of damage on Syria's infrastructure during war on terrorists and what future transport projects are lined up in the country.
The Bureau of Fire Protection was still investigating the cause and origin of the fire and extent of damage.
The cause of the fire and the extent of damage could not be ascertained immediately, the official of the Fire Department further pointed out.
The Prime Minister was given an overview of the extent of damage caused by floods, and the relief operations being undertaken.
THESE pictures show the shocking extent of damage caused to two cars after they were in a smash.
Japanese developers say they plan to send the probe into the primary containment vessel of Unit 3 at Fukushima in July to study the extent of damage and locate parts of melted fuel thought to have fallen to the bottom of the chamber, submerged by highly radioactive water.
TOKYO, May 12, 2017 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu announces its high-speed forensic technology(1) to identify the extent of damage targeted cyberattacks cause to an organization's intranet.
Dresden police said in a statement that there was no immediate report on the extent of damage from the explosions which took place late on Monday.
THIS shocking photo shows the extent of damage caused after a fire swept through a Liverpool home.