5.3-magnitude quake causes minor property damage in Colo.

08/24/2011 | PropertyCasualty360 · San Francisco Chronicle

Some Colorado properties incurred minor damage, but nobody was reported hurt after Monday's 5.3-magnitude earthquake, the biggest to hit the state in more than 40 years. No additional damage was reported as aftershocks hit many parts of the state. The temblor was unrelated to another earthquake that hit the East Coast on Tuesday, scientists said.

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PropertyCasualty360 · San Francisco Chronicle

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