Students and staff volunteered to start moving stuff out of the quake-damaged Louisa County High School.
A 3.4-magnitude earthquake shook Mineral, Va., early Thursday morning -- the latest in a series of aftershocks following last Tuesday's 5.8-magnitude quake that rocked the Washington area.
The latest quake rumbled at 5:09 a.m. just four miles from Mineral and 81 miles southwest of D.C. There have been more than 20 aftershocks since the original quake, ranging from 1.8 to 4.5.
The Louisa County Sheriff's Office said that there were no reports of damage or injuries after the latest aftershock. One resident near Mineral told News4 that Thursday's quake sent his cat running for cover, but a check of the house showed no damage.
There were also two aftershocks on Wednesday that registered 1.8 and 2.1, respectively.
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