Experts: VA quake most powerful on East Coast in 67 years

Experts say yesterday's earthquake was the most powerful one on the East Coast in 67 years. Seismologists at the Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory in Palisades say people who were standing up or walking were less likely to have felt the earthquake. Someone who was sitting in a chair, or inside a high-rise building was more likely to have been affected by the tremors, seismologists say. Orange County residents shaken up by quakeMagnitude 5.8 earthquake rattles Westchester

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