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Quake Rattles Nerves But Infrastructure Holds Up

Stones, tiles and plaster came crashing down from landmarks around Washington, D.C., and a nearby nuclear power plant shut down during Tuesday’s surprisingly strong earthquake that rattled buildings over hundreds of miles along the East Coast. The region’s infrastructure and communications networks were tested and generally appeared to have held up well.

08/24/2011

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