No Tsunami Threat from Northeast Quake

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    NEWSLETTERS

    An image from USGS showing the epicenter of the quake.

    U.S. officials say there is no threat of a tsunami along the East Coast after an earthquake centered in Virginia rocked the region.

    The National Weather Service's West Coast and Alaska Tsunami Warning Center said the location of the quake was far enough inland that it didn't threaten to trigger a tsunami on the coast.

    Director Paul Whitmore said the center has gauges up and down the East Coast and none of them were detecting tsunami activity.

    Read about the quake in New York City here.