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Photo Shows Damage to Washington State Capitol

A couple of days ago, we mentioned that the Metropolitan Seattle Area had experienced a major earthquake. At the time, we were told that the Washington State Capitol in Olympia had been severely damaged, that the dome had cracked, and that one of the pillars on the front of the building had been severely damaged. However, we had not seen many photos that documented the extent of the damage and put it in some perspective.

Today, we found a picture of the capitol which makes the extent of the damage pretty clear. It is in an article in Sunday's Seattle Times.

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