D.C. earthquake aftermath: What happened when you arrived home?


(Damage at a Rite-Aid in Westover Village)

National Cathedral sustained “significant damage,” according to a statement on its Web site, with three of the building’s four spires damaged and three capstones fallen. But apart from that, no major damage was reported at Washington institutions or landmarks. The White House quivered. Now, we’re curious to hear about what you saw after you arrived home.


(Rick Maese)

Others are cheekily posting photos on Facebook and Twitter about the damage they sustained in the quake. (See photo on left, snapped by the Post’s Rick Maese, as a case in point.)

But for some, the damage might be more serious. This footage from Tyson’s Corner, Va., was posted to YouTube by user pauldonovan08 this afternoon, and it has us wondering if reports of home damage are still to come:

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