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Watch dwell: Taiwan earthquake rescue efforts proceed as buildings destroyed in Hualien

Watch dwell: Taiwan earthquake rescue efforts proceed as buildings destroyed in Hualien


Watch dwell as rescue efforts proceed right now (4 April) in Hualien following a lethal earthquake that has killed 9 folks and left hundreds injured.

No less than 50 folks stay lacking after a 7.4-magnitude earthquake struck Taiwan’s east coast, killing 9 folks and injuring greater than 1,000 others.

Tremors set off not less than 9 landslides and particles collapsed hillsides onto Suhua Freeway in Hualien, which runs down the east coast.

Over 50 aftershocks since Wednesday morning have pressured many individuals on the island to sleep in tents exterior their homes or in emergency shelters.

Based on Taiwan’s Nationwide Hearth Company (NFA), persons are trapped in two highway tunnels alongside the Suhua Freeway- some of the harmful roads in Taiwan, straddling between the mountainside and ocean.

Rescue groups are working to get to these trapped, with CNN reporting that 75 individuals who have been stranded in numerous tunnels had been rescued within the morning.

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