USGS warns California earthquake swarm could set off a massive quake any day now
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Following a swarm of smaller earthquakes near Bombay Beach in southern California, the United States Geological Survey is estimating a 1 in 100 chance of the San Andreas Fault rupturing in southern California before October 4, which could cause a devastating earthquake of epic proportions. The earthquake swarm began September 26 near the Salton Sea and included over 100 small tremors in the first day, the strongest measuring magnitude 4.3. However, the earthquakes didn’t stop, and around 40 more...