Earthquake Anniversary

It was one year ago today, August 23, that a 5.8 magnitude earthquake shook Virginia.  It was the largest earthquake in 400 years to occur on the Eastern Seaboard—and was felt by tens of millions of people.  The epicenter was in Louisa County—and around Virginia, thousands of buildings in the state were damaged, even destroyed. Connie Stevens has this update, as research into the event continues. ua


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