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An earthquake shook the Pacific Northwest region today (February 28, 2001). Current reports have it centered about 30 miles below the surface somewhere about 10 miles East-Northeast of Olympia and with a magnitude of 6.8 on the Richter scale. Here at work, we evacuated the building for about 5-10 minutes while it shook. My office is located on the third floor, and we got quite a shake.
No actual people in the immediate vicinity were hurt- but the ABS citizenry weren't quite so lucky...
Sorry about the horrible shot framing- I was using an unfamiliar camera and its viewfinder isn't even close to accurate.
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