Virginia Homes And Businesses Damaged By Earthquake

5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
MINERAL, VA - AUGUST 23: A chimney is shown damaged by an early afternoon 5.8 earthquake whose epicenter was located nearby August 23, 2011 in the small town of Mineral, Viriginia. The quake resulted in scattered damage and frayed nerves for residents, but no reported injuries. (Photo by Tom Whitmore/Getty Images)
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
MINERAL, VA - AUGUST 23: Workers survey damage to a chimney after a 5.8 earthquake whose epicenter was located nearby struck early afternoon August 23, 2011 in the small town of Mineral, Viriginia. The quake resulted in scattered damage and frayed nerves for residents, but no reported injuries. (Photo by Tom Whitmore/Getty Images)
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
MINERAL, VA - AUGUST 23: Damage from the 5.8 earthquake that struck early afternoon and whose epicenter is located nearby is shown August 23, 2011 in the small town of Mineral, Viriginia. The quake resulted in scattered damage and frayed nerves for residents, but no reported injuries. (Photo by Tom Whitmore/Getty Images)
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
CUCKOO, VA - AUGUST 23: An historic home belonging to Jane and Percy Wootton is shown damaged by the early afternoon 5.8 earthquake whose epicenter was located nearby August 23, 2011 in Cockoo, Virginia. The quake resulted in scattered damage and frayed nerves for residents, but no reported injuries. (Photo by Tom Whitmore/Getty Images) (Photo by Tom Whitmore/Getty Images)
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
CUCKOO, VA - AUGUST 23: An historic home belonging to Jane and Percy Wootton is shown damaged by the early afternoon 5.8 earthquake whose epicenter was located nearby August 23, 2011 in Cockoo, Virginia. The quake resulted in scattered damage and frayed nerves for residents, but no reported injuries. (Photo by Tom Whitmore/Getty Images)
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
CUCKOO, VA - AUGUST 23: An historic home belonging to Jane and Percy Wootton is shown damaged by the early afternoon 5.8 earthquake whose epicenter was located nearby August 23, 2011 in Cockoo, Virginia. The quake resulted in scattered damage and frayed nerves for residents, but no reported injuries. (Photo by Tom Whitmore/Getty Images) (Photo by Tom Whitmore/Getty Images)
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
CUCKOO, VA - AUGUST 23: An historic home belonging to Jane and Percy Wootton is shown damaged by the early afternoon 5.8 earthquake whose epicenter was located nearby August 23, 2011 in Cockoo, Virginia. The quake resulted in scattered damage and frayed nerves for residents, but no reported injuries. (Photo by Tom Whitmore/Getty Images)
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
CUCKOO, VA - AUGUST 23: An historic home belonging to Jane and Percy Wootton is shown damaged by the early afternoon 5.8 earthquake whose epicenter was located nearby August 23, 2011 in Cockoo, Virginia. The quake resulted in scattered damage and frayed nerves for residents, but no reported injuries. (Photo by Tom Whitmore/Getty Images)
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
CUCKOO, VA - AUGUST 23: An historic home belonging to Jane and Percy Wootton is shown damaged by the early afternoon 5.8 earthquake whose epicenter was located nearby August 23, 2011 in Cockoo, Virginia. The quake resulted in scattered damage and frayed nerves for residents, but no reported injuries. (Photo by Tom Whitmore/Getty Images)
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
CUCKOO, VA - AUGUST 23: A statuette at the historic home belonging to Jane and Percy Wootton is shown toppled by the early afternoon 5.8 earthquake whose epicenter was located nearby August 23, 2011 in Cockoo, Virginia. The quake resulted in scattered damage and frayed nerves for residents, but no reported injuries. (Photo by Tom Whitmore/Getty Images)
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
CUCKOO, VA - AUGUST 23: Dr. Jane Woottoon stands amid fallen bricks from her historic home damaged by the early afternoon 5.8 earthquake whose epicenter was located nearby August 23, 2011 in Cockoo, Virginia. The quake resulted in scattered damage and frayed nerves for residents, but no reported injuries. (Photo by Tom Whitmore/Getty Images)
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
MINERAL, VA - AUGUST 23: A sign shows the way to the Dominion North Anna Nuclear Power Plant after an early afternoon 5.8 earthquake struck, whose epicenter was nearby August 23, 2011 in the small town of Mineral, Viriginia. The quake resulted in scattered damage and frayed nerves for residents, but no reported injuries. The nuclear plant lost power and automatically halted operations, according to published reports. (Photo by Tom Whitmore/Getty Images)
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
MINERAL, VA - AUGUST 23: A sign welcomes visitors near the epicenter of the 5.8 earthquake that struck early afternoon August 23, 2011 in the small town of Mineral, Viriginia. The quake resulted in scattered damage and frayed nerves for residents, but no reported injuries. (Photo by Tom Whitmore/Getty Images)
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
5.8 Earthquake Centered In Mineral, Virginia
MINERAL, VA - AUGUST 23: The U.S. Post Office is roped off after an early afternoon 5.8 earthquake struck, whose epicenter was nearby August 23, 2011 in the small town of Mineral, Viriginia. The quake resulted in scattered damage and frayed nerves for residents, but no reported injuries. (Photo by Tom Whitmore/Getty Images)
A Lousia Country Sherriff's Deputy conducts a welfare check on Mineral, Virginia, resident William Bennett
A Lousia Country Sherriff's Deputy conducts a welfare check on Mineral, Virginia, resident William Bennett
A Lousia Country Sherriff's Deputy conducts a welfare check on Mineral, Virginia, resident William Bennett, August 23, 2011, after residents of Mineral rode out the 5.8 earthquake that rattled the East coast of the US. Mr. Bennett's rooftop fire place bricks collapsed, but no one was hurt. AFP Photo / Paul J. Richards (Photo credit should read PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)
Dewey, a tradesman at Main Street Supply
Dewey, a tradesman at Main Street Supply
Dewey, a tradesman at Main Street Supply, stands in front of his employer's store that now has a crack from the earthquake down the front wall August 23, 2011, after residents of Mineral rode out the 5.8 earthquake that rattled the East coast of the US. AFP Photo / Paul J. Richards (Photo credit should read PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)
Mineral, Virginia, resident William Bennett sits in his wheelchair outside his home
Mineral, Virginia, resident William Bennett sits in his wheelchair outside his home
Mineral, Virginia, resident William Bennett sits in his wheelchair outside his home that had the fireplace bricks collapse from the 5.8 earthquake August 23, 2011. Residents of Mineral were near the epicenter of the earthquake that rattled the East coast of the US. AFP Photo / Paul J. Richards (Photo credit should read PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)
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