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Los Angeles Earthquake: Watch our 30 second “An Earthquake Could Happen Today” Los Angeles commercial.

Los Angeles has a 75% of a M7.0+ earthquake striking the region in the next 30 years.

The San Andreas fault is the primary feature of the system and the longest fault in California, slicing through Los Angeles County along the north side of the San Gabriel Mountains. It can cause powerful earthquakes—as big as magnitude 8. 

There are over a hundred smaller active faults in the region that can cause damaging earthquakes like the Northridge earthquake in 1994, such as the Raymond fault, the Santa Monica fault, the Hollywood fault, the Newport-Inglewood fault, and the San Jacinto and Elisnore faults.  

Learn about Earthquake Risk in the Southern California Coast including Los Angeles, Ventura and Orange County.

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