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In this sentence, できる means "be formed" not "be able to do", and 地割れ is compared to "the boundary you can't cross" (because the crack is too deep to cross over) And it is okay to leave out the subject. If anything, it sounds a little odd if you put a subject in the sentence because it is obvious that the subject is her and her group of friends.

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