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USGS warns California earthquake swarm could set off a massive quake any day now

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.
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