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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She added that each family affected by Typhoon Lekima would also receive compassionate aid between RM200 and RM500 depending on the extent of damage to their homes.
Diomedes Sinon, Dumagoc barangay captain, said they have yet to assess the extent of damage caused by the huge waves.
'When the complainants got down from their cars to check the extent of damage, the defendant and his accomplices, attacked them and snatched their cars at gunpoint.
Top photo shows the extent of damage at the Clark International Airport terminal's check-in counters after last Monday's magnitude 6.1 earthquake.
The true extent of damage caused by the leak is not yet known although Justice Minister Katarina Barley said it was a "serious attack".
(What I'm seeing here, the rehabilitation will be difficult because of the extent of damage. We saw the houses, almost half of the entire house, are really covered by mud.)
He referred that the cemetery was subjected to numerous theft attempts, which filled it with sand and silt; hence, the mission cannot assess the extent of damage that occurred at the site.
Details about the extent of damage at the property have not yet been released by the fire service.
A spokesman for Mr Jones said the Welsh Government was working with councils to assess the full extent of damage "as was made clear" on his visit.
When she quizzed him in court about the attack in December, he replied: "I did not realise the extent of damage I would do."
The occasion was when the Bantamahene, Baffour Asare Owusu Amankwatia VI, visited the KNUST campus security post to assess the extent of damage during the protest by the students.