More Videos On East Coast Earthquake

More Videos On East Coast Earthquake


More videos on today’s surprise east coast earthquake.

“Evacuations took place in Washington, D.C. shortly after a 5.8 earthquake struck 90 miles southeast of the nation’s capital, sparking initial fears of a possible terror attack. Chip Reid reports.”

With MANY THANKS To Both CBSNewsOnline And YouTube. Watch Video Here:

“Connecticut residents reacted with shock and surprise after a magnitude 5.8 earthquake in Virginia was felt across the state, but no damage was reported.”

With MANY THANKS To Both WTNH Tv And YouTube. Watch Video Here:

“Aug. 23 – University of California Assistant Professor Michael Oskin and Reuters Correspondent John Crawley provide an update on the impact of the earthquake that hit the U.S. East Coast.”

With MANY THANKS To Both Reuters And YouTube. Watch Video Here:

“Some flights that were scheduled to land in Washington and New York were diverted to Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks.”

With MANY THANKS To Both WTNH TV And YouTube. Watch Video Here:

“A 5.8 magnitude earthquake centered in Virginia has been felt across Pennsylvania, with people from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh experiencing shaking buildings and slight tremors. (Aug. 23)”

With MANY THANKS To Both AP And YouTube. Watch Video Here:

“In most cities east of the Mississippi, “earthquake” isn’t the first thought on many minds – and certainly not in New York. So, as Jim Axelrod reports, the 5.8-magnitude earthquake came as quite a surprise.”

With MANY THANKS To Both CBSNewsOnline And YouTube. Watch Video Here:

“An earthquake hit Virginia, and the effects were felt even in New Haven.”

With MANY THANKS To WTNH Tv And YouTube. Watch Video Here:

 

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