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Can the San Andreas Fault break?

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The San Andreas fault sits far inland, and the land slips past on either side. For that reason, a quake also can 't cause the fault to split apart into a giant chasm as it does in the film. The northern San Andreas leveled San Francisco in 1906, but it's been a lot longer since the southern part of the fault ruptured.
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