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Officials at the Washington National Cathedral say damage suffered in Tuesday's earthquake are estimated in the millions of dollars and insurance won't cover the costs.
The Washington area spent much of Wednesday cautiously evaluating the structural integrity of its homes, schools, office buildings, bridges, rail lines and tunnels. By the end of the day, it appeared that Tuesday's earthquake shook nerves more severely than anything else.
he said of the repairs, adding that the cathedral would have to “turn to people across the country” for help.
Samuel T. Lloyd III, dean of the cathedral, on Wednesday said the damage was "quite serious ... but certainly could have been much worse."