Have some Los Angeles faults!
On the left is the Puente Hills Fault, a blind thrust fault that sits directly under downtown L.A. (and who isn’t thrilled that this city was put on top of him since he couldn’t see what was going on).
In the center is the Newport-Inglewood Fault, a right-lateral strike-slip fault that goes from offshore Oceanside, through most of Orange County’s beaches, and to Culver City. This fault was responsible for the M6.4 1933 Long Beach earthquake.
On the right is the Hollywood Fault, a left-lateral/reverse fault who parallels Hollywood Boulevard from slightly east of the 101 freeway into Beverly Hills. A M3.4 on this fault freaked people out a few weeks ago, so anything bigger could be bad news.