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Topic - Steve Greydanus
New Jersey Web developer Steve Greydanus said he was on a conference call with colleagues in Baltimore and Sacramento, Calif., when the quake hit.
"My co-worker Felicia in Baltimore felt it for 30 seconds before we did up here. And she sounded pretty panicked," Mr. Greydanus said, going on to note ironically that the Sacramento colleague had never been in an earthquake.