The San Andreas Fault was a tectonic fault line located in United States and Mexico. It was the biggest tectonic fault in the world.

During the Los Angeles Earthquake of the 2012 apocalypse, the San Andreas Fault caused a massive earthquake of a 10.9 magnitude which destroyed the state of California (the cities of Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Pasadena, Oakland, Sacramento, Beverly Hills, San Jose and Malibu), and it partially damaged the state of Nevada (Las Vegas) and the north of Mexico (Tijuana and Mexicali). The San Andreas Fault sank into the Pacific Ocean along with the ruined lands of California and was swept away by a megatsunami at the height of 1500 meters in the Worldwide Flooding.

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