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It was just another Tuesday afternoon when the shaking started.
For some, it was just a soft rumble they figured was a truck backing up or a low-flying airplane.
For others, the shaking was so bad it knocked pictures off walls and made buildings sway.
The tremors rippled as far south as Georgia and north to New England, and in some places people were so scared they evacuated buildings and ran into the streets.
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