Southern California hasn't had a big earthquake since 1857. Here's what would happen if a mega earthquake hit California.

California lies in a hot zone of fault lines that can rupture without warning. Portions of the San Andreas Fault have not ruptured in over 200 years, meaning a high-magnitude earthquake commonly known as "The Big One" is long overdue. Here's what experts say could happen in seconds, hours, and days after the Big One hits the west coast.

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