WEST TISBURY, Mass. (AP) — The White House says advisers have told President Barack Obama there have been no reports of major infrastructural damage from the East Coast earthquake, including airports and nuclear facilities.
Obama led a conference call Tuesday afternoon on the earthquake with top administration officials, including his homeland security secretary, national security adviser and administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Obama was on a golf course on Martha's Vineyard, Mass., where he is vacationing, when the earthquake struck.
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