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What would happen if the big one hit California?

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According to The ShakeOut Scenario, a 7.8 earthquake hitting along the southern San Andreas fault on a non-windy day at about 9:00 a.m. will unfold, approximately, like this: 1,800 people will die. 1,600 fires will ignite and most of those will be large fires.
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