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Earthquake in Delaware Rattles Region, but No Major Damage Is Reported

one woman in northern Delaware said. Ok so I'm not going crazy ... The Washington metropolitan area suffered mostly minor damage to homes, schools, office buildings and other businesses — but the shaking rattled nerves along the coast.

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