Major earthquakes on the Hayward and San Andreas faults would displace hundreds of thousands of people, raising questions about where they would go amid the devastation to buildings, roads and other infrastructure, the US Geological Survey says. Many would stay in hotels or with people they know, some would go to public shelters in Southern California, some would remain on their property and others would try to travel to neighboring regions or states, the USGS says.
Possible major Calif. quake raises questions about displaced people
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