The aftershocks of a 5.8-magnitude earthquake shook the entire eastern seaboard this afternoon, from Delaware as far north as New York City.


The aftershocks of a 5.8-magnitude earthquake shook the entire eastern seaboard this afternoon, from Delaware as far north as New York City.

The tremor hit shortly before 2 p.m. in Delaware, well after the initial quake, which was centered on Washington, D.C. There have been no immediate reports of damage, and according to a Facebook comment, Milford police reportedly labeled the tremor a “minor earthquake.”

“A little freaked out, but ok — trying to get ahold of my husband," Trisha Marney said on Facebook.