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Tuesday's 5.8 magnitude earthquake sent office workers across the region out into the sunshine -including these women in Rosslyn -while buildings were checked for damage. "It's an extraordinary and unusual situation," CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer said. "There are thousands and thousands of stories here, with people wondering about aftershocks, about damage."

ROD LAMKEY JR. / THE WASHINGTON TIMES Tuesday's 5.8 magnitude earthquake sent office workers across the region out into the sunshine -including these women in Rosslyn -while buildings were checked for damage. "It's an extraordinary and unusual situation," CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer said. "There are thousands and thousands of stories here, with people wondering about aftershocks, about damage."

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