One year later, geologists are still studying VA earthquake

It’s been a year since the 5.8 magnitude earthquake rattled Virginia. The quake was felt all the way from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico and was among the largest to occur on the Eastern seaboard during the past 400 years. Geological teams are still studying on the ground and in the air trying to learn more.WFIR’s Starr Anderson has more.

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