|Quoting Cadet985 (Reply 8):|
One near Lake Erie, and another closer to Philly. Can anyone tell if this is accurate?
I can. The fault lines near Philly, out where I am actually -- near Lancaster, were actually formed when the Appalacian Mountains formed, so these faults are deep below the surface. They're also not very active either, so any earthquake that does occur is usually minor. The faults up along L.E., I think there's one that runs south to right under the fountain at Point Park in the Burgh. I learned about that in grade school.
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