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Major fault ‘awaken’ by series of Ridgecrest earthquakes

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Major fault ‘awaken’ by series of Ridgecrest earthquakes

Major fault ‘awaken’ by series of Ridgecrest earthquakes

Experts like San Diego geologist Dr. Pat Abbott say earthquakes and aftershocks that rattled in the Ridgecrest area this summer :woke up” the Garlock Fault.

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