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3.2 magnitude earthquake shakes parts of Virginia

According to the U.S. Geological Survey, there was an earthquake Wednesday about 14 kilometers north, northeast of Pearisburg, Virginia just over the border line into West Virginia (Photo: USGS)

PEARISBURG, Va. (WSET) - According to the U.S. Geological Survey, there was an earthquake Wednesday about 10 miles north of Pearisburg, Virginia. This location is just north of the Virginia and West Virginia state line, and is 45 miles northwest of Roanoke.

The USGS says the 3.2 quake happened at 1:33pm.

Giles County Administrators sent out a Code Red emergency notification.

The Giles County Sheriff's Office posted on Facebook that the earthquake was felt by most everyone in the county, but said they are unaware of any emergencies related to the earthquake.

They wrote on Facebook that if you need to report structural damage to call Giles County Administration at 540-921-2525.

If you notice any smell of natural gas or have any gas leaks on your property, please call 911.

This is a developing story, stay with ABC 13 for updates.

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