LOUISA CO, Virginia—
The earth moved in again in Louisa, Virginia, but this time it was just another aftershock.
The U.S. Geolocical Survey says a 2.0 magnitude earthquake hit Louisa yesterday.
That is the same area a 5.8 quake shook much of the east coast back in August, 2011.
No one was injured in yesterday's incident. Seismologists say it's considered an aftershock, since no seismological event has been larger than the 2011 quake.
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