Earthquake In DC
August 23, 2011 by USA Post
Earthquake In DC, An earthquake in Virginia was felt in Zanesville. Muskingum County Sheriff Matt Lutz said people evacuated from the court, and the construction of the law of Graham in the fourth street at 2 pm, due to the tremors.
Bo Keck, Muskingum County EMA director, said there were no reports of damage in the county, although there are reports of people who feel that from the center to the periphery of the province.
Michael Hansen of the Ohio Seismic Network said the tremors were part of an earthquake of magnitude 5.9 near Mineral, Virginia
Jimmie Clark was eating at the buffet Eastern Underwood Street when he said he realized his chair was shaking.
“It felt like someone was moving the chair, so I turned around and others are experiencing the same thing,” said Clark.
He said that the signs and poles outside the restaurant swayed as the tremor hit. “It was a strange feeling,” he said.
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