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One year after quake, repairs just getting started

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One year ago, a rare 5.8 magnitude earthquake shook the Washington area, shocking residents and damaging icons like the Washington Monument and the National Cathedral, not to mention many residents' homes. But much of the repair work has only just begun. The earthquake was the largest on the East Coast since a similar one hit upstate New York in 1944, and there hasn't been a quake this size in...

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