D.C. earthquake: Chart of the initial quake and aftershocks
The D.C. region has suffered five recorded aftershocks of Tuesday's 5.8 earthquake that rattled the entire East coast.
The most recent one jolted people from their sleep just after 1 a.m. Thursday morning. It registered as a 4.5 magnitude shaker and was centered 5 miles south of Mineral, Va., the epicenter of the original earthquake.
Here's a graphical look at the earthquake and its aftershocks.
For a full list of aftershocks, check out the USGS website.
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