Killer Earthquake Coming Soon, FEMA Warns Cascadia Fault Line Ripe To Explode

The Cascadia fault line is poised to unleash a “killer quake” and the folks at FEMA prepping for the worst. Although the San Andreas fault in California may be the most known fault line in the country, the Cascadia subduction zone has the potential to possibly spark even more deadly earthquakes.
The Cascadia subduction zone runs from northern California to Vancouver and encompasses approximately 700 miles.

A report in The New Yorker states the the subduction zone had been dormant for stretches of 243 years on average. At the end of each dormancy period the fault is believed to unleash its fury and creates “monstrous” tremors in the process.

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