New earthquake fault found next to San Andreas in California
A new fault in California has been discovered by scientists, and it runs parallel to the San Andreas Fault along the northeastern shore of the Salton Sea. That finding was published in the "Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America," and coincidentally follows a swarm of earthquakes in that area that started on Sept. 27, and placed Southern California on alert for the possibility of a major quake.
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