A magnitude 6.9 earthquake along the Mount Rose Fault (April-September), resulting in significant damage/disruption to infrastructure and energy/fuel delivery systems, the moderate to severe damage of 1,200 residential structures, moderate to severe damages to 300 small to medium sized businesses, and other damage out to 40 miles from the epicenter. This event would displace +/- 5,000 persons, inflict moderate to severe injury to 3,000 persons, and cause 50 deaths. 2. A magnitude 6.0 earthquake along the Frenchman Mountain Fault occurs during the peak tourism months (April - September). This earthquake will result in widespread damage throughout the Las Vegas Urban Area, including aging unreinforced masonry buildings and high rise resort hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. The economic loss as a result of the earthquake exceeds $7 billion. Over 15,000 buildings experience major damage. More than 3,600 people will require shelter, over 1,100 mass casualties are expected, and nearly 300 fatalities are likely. 3. A magnitude 7.8 Earthquake on the San Andreas Fault with epicenter near Salton Sea. This earthquake will result in damage out to 60 miles from the epicenter, impacting fuel, vehicular transportation, and power through Cajon Pass and the I-15 corridor to Las Vegas. While mass migration from impact areas within Southern California may occur with as many as 50,000 persons seeking temporary shelter, fuel disruption to the Las Vegas area and McCarran Airport is ongoing for 7-10 days.