Earthquake strikes in Washington State
If you felt the earth move Thursday night -- you weren't imagining things. An Earthquake shook parts of the Capital Region just before 9 PM Thursday night.
The shaking stemmed from a 3.5 magnitude earthquake in Washington State, near Port Ludlow on the Olympic Peninsula at 8:55 PM.
There have been no reports of damage from the quake -- but social media has been abuzz with the news. Within minutes of the tremor, people said they felt it from Sooke to Oak Bay.