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Minor Earthquake Strikes Virginia

Did anyone feel it?



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    An earthquake hit Virginia early Saturday morning -- but you'd be forgiven if you missed it.

    A 2.4-magnitude earthquake struck near Ashland, Va., at about 2:10 a.m. early Saturday morning. It is unclear that anyone even felt it. About a thousand low-magnitude earthquakes occur every day.

    These earthquakes are typically not felt by residents of the affected areas.

    Ashland, Va., calls itself the "Center of the Universe" -- but "Epicenter" might be the more appropriate word.