Virginia Rocked by 5.8 Mag Quake

    By West coast standards it was barely a ripple, but Tuesday's earthquake is still the talk of the East coast.

    FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports:

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    Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell called the quake the most powerful event in Virginia's history in more than a century.  The quake could be felt from South Carolina to Maine.

    The 5.8 magnitude quake hit the town of Mineral, VA the hardest.  The small Virginia town was at the epicenter of the seismic event and parts of Mineral sustained visible damage.

    Listen here - to some of what Mineral, VA Mayor Pam Harlowe had to say:

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    The quake managed to damage some treasured structures in the Nation's Capitol.

    FOX News Radio White House Correspondent Mike Majchrowitz reports:

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