Near the Epicenter in Mineral VA
Sr Admin - Monday, August 29, 2011
When the earthquake that shook the east coast on Tuesday began, the Dominion Pallet office employees thought the chipper next to the office was causing the shake, but it was soon obvious that this was way more than a machine shaking the building. The power went off immediately and the ground and wall continued to shake for about half a minute. Men in the plant said the concrete floors rippled like they were water and the outside storage sheds swayed back and forth. When the rumbling finally ended and the shock of the earthquake wore off we were relieved to see that we did not suffer any damage from the quake. After a quick clean up the employees went home, but Dominion Pallet was back to work on Wednesday morning. We would like to thank so many of our friends and colleagues who called and emailed us to check and see if we were alright. We also extend our thoughts and prayers to everyone in Louisa who has suffered damage from this earthquake.
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