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The United States Geological Survey (USGS) recently published a report that analyzed the estimated damage that would occur in Southern California if an earthquake similar in size to the recent event in China took place along the San Andreas Fault.The hypothetical situation, referred to as the Shakeout Scenario, was created by geologists through an analysis of the amount of potential motion on the part of the San Andreas fault with the greatest risk of imminent rupture, a 200-mile long section from the Salton Sea in the Coachella Valley to just south of Gorman.

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