Along a fault line, earthquakes are a result of sliding tectonic plates and a buildup of stress in the crust from magma and tectonic movement. The buildup of stress and energy is usually being let out frequently in continuous small tremors as a result of upheaval. If for some reason, the pressure accumulates and tectonic plates are not able to slid past each other, in theory, this could cause a more powerful earthquake at a later date.
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