Structural damage from Wednesday's Pacific Northwest quake
SEATTLE, Washington (CNN) -- Wednesday's earthquake inflicted damage throughout Seattle and the Puget Sound region. The following is a list of some of locations that were damaged:
Boeing Field, Seattle. Buckled runways, broken windows and pipes in control tower. Will be closed for several days.
Colman Ferry Terminal, Seattle. Building damaged and 30-foot crack in pier parking lot.
Derek Burns home, Tacoma. Puget Sound home knocked off pilings by a mudslide from bluff behind it -- possibly the most serious damage in Tacoma.
Fenix Underground, Seattle. Nightclub may be demolished.
Harborview Medical Center, Seattle. Research hall and clinic wing closed with cracks and ruptured pipes.
Magnolia Bridge, Emerson Street Viaduct, Alaskan Way Viaduct and Holgate Structure over Interstate 5 in Seattle closed pending evaluations.
Old Olympian Hotel, Olympia. Closed after elevator shaft collapsed.
Pioneer Square, Seattle. Bricks tumbled off buildings in Seattle's oldest neighborhood, which was the scene Tuesday night of Mardi Gras celebrations that turned into violent riots.
Seahawk Stadium, Seattle. Stadium under construction; quake knocked down scaffolding.
Seattle Chocolate Co., Seattle. Holes in roof, tow walls tilted. May be demolished.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Control tower damaged, airport open with temporary, mobile control unit functional.
Starbucks headquarters, Seattle. Building damaged, closed temporarily.
State Capitol, Olympia. Cracks in dome, wall plaster, columns in state reception hall. Closed at least until Monday.
Sources: Seattle Times and Seattle Post-Intelligencer
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