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Old 08-23-2011, 02:28 PM
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Mid-atlantic earthquake... Who felt it?

I'm in Baltimore right now... I have friends from Boston to Atlanta to Cleveland that felt it... Supposidly 5.9 centered in Charlottesville VA, I know that's not big for you left coasters.
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5.9 is a good shaker for anywhere. I'll bet any un-reinforced brick buildings near the epicenter are going to be severely damaged.

Just East of Charlottesville

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquak...39.-79.-77.php
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Old 08-23-2011, 02:43 PM
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Mine was shinking pretty good here, Block and steel building. We have a few cracked bricks/mortar
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B11 here shook pretty good, everything sort of rattled. They made us go outside for about 30 min. I haven't heard if there were any issues with the cranes, in particular the 910 metric ton over DD12. Information here is 5.9 centered in Mineral VA, about 1/2 mile down.
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Old 08-23-2011, 03:12 PM
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It was a fairly nice shake here in Jersey too!
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A little rattling here in eastern PA. Not a big deal.
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Information here is 5.9 centered in Mineral VA, about 1/2 mile down.
That's very shallow...no wonder it was felt over such a widespread area.
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According to the USGS they had a 2.8 aftershock at 2:46 PM EST.
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Shook pretty good here at the house...
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HAd some shaking going on at home and at work. No damage at home.
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Arlene the worst that happened for me was it alomost knocked a few things off of my wardrove cabinet and my entertainment center.
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