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On February 1st, 2014 a massive landslide occurred in the area of Panicaglia, Borgo San Lorenzo (Mugello, Tuscany), involving roads and related subservices, residential and other private buildings that collapsed or were seriously damaged and evacuated. The phenomenon affected the western edge of the fluvial terrace surface and the underlying slope, cut in lacustrine, fluvio-lacustrine and alluvial deposits, on the hydrographical left side of Le Cale Creek (left tributary of the Sieve River). Geometric, lithostratigraphic, geotechnical and geophysical features of the landslide were analyzed through a survey campaign carried out for the Municipality of Borgo San Lorenzo.
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