tsunami take united states border and mexico



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    Tsunamis often come about from violent activities below the Earth’s surface.  This includes underwater earthquakes as well as underwater volcanic eruptions.  The border between Mexico and the United States isn’t in too much danger as the famous San Andreas fault line runs through the state of California and into Mexico underground as opposed to off the coast, under the ocean.  There would generally be no threat of tsunamis hitting there.  However, there are other portions of the West Coast that are prone to tsunamis further north in areas like Oregon and Washington.  Here the faultlines do run under the ocean and would have the propensity to cause tsunamis.

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