Tuesday, August 23, 2011
inothernews:

People flood the streets outside the Washington Post, moments after a magnitude 5.9 earthquake, centered in Mineral, Virginia hit Washington, D.C.  The quake was felt as far north as Boston and as far south as North Carolina; no injuries were immediately reported.   					(Photo: David Nakamura/The Washington Post)

inothernews:

People flood the streets outside the Washington Post, moments after a magnitude 5.9 earthquake, centered in Mineral, Virginia hit Washington, D.C.  The quake was felt as far north as Boston and as far south as North Carolina; no injuries were immediately reported.  (Photo: David Nakamura/The Washington Post)

From CNN:

An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.9 struck near Washington, D.C., the U.S. Geological Survey said. The epicenter was in Mineral, VirginiaDid you feel it? Send CNN an iReport. The quake was four miles deep, according to the USGS.

More on the Virginia quake… 

nationalpost:

Liveblog: Earthquake felt along eastern seaboardA minor earthquake rattled the eastern seaboard Tuesday afternoon, the effects of which are being reported in Toronto, New York, Washington, D.C., and North Carolina.The U.S. Geological Survey website is reporting the earthquake measured 5.9 in magnitude and originated at Mineral, Va., approximately 150 kilometres south of Washington, D.C.

nationalpost:

Liveblog: Earthquake felt along eastern seaboard
A minor earthquake rattled the eastern seaboard Tuesday afternoon, the effects of which are being reported in Toronto, New York, Washington, D.C., and North Carolina.

The U.S. Geological Survey website is reporting the earthquake measured 5.9 in magnitude and originated at Mineral, Va., approximately 150 kilometres south of Washington, D.C.

Friday, March 11, 2011