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Remembering The Devastation: The Great East Coast Earthquake Of 2011

A year has passed since a 5.8 magnitude earthquake rocked the east coast. Where were you when it happened? How are you doing today? Use this space to reflect.

THE REACTION

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A bride reacts as she waits in a park with others who were evacuated after the earthquake struck.

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Office workers gather on the sidewalk in downtown Washington moments after the quake.

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A woman reacts after being evacuated from her building.

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An evacuated worker talks on the phone outside her building.

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THE DAMAGE

Somewhere in Washington DC.

Wakefield, Massachusetts.

THE EXPLANATIONS

THE RECOVERY

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