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Photos: Tilting buildings after Taiwan quake

Rescue workers scrambled to search for survivors in buildings left tilting precariously on their foundations in the Taiwanese city of Hualien on February 7, after an overnight earthquake killed four and injured more than 200.

This handout photo taken and released on February 7, 2018 shows President Tsai Ing-wen (C-back to camera) surrounded by the media as she is briefed about the situation on the ground the morning after a 6.4 magnitude quake hit the eastern Taiwanese city of Hualien.
Rescue workers scrambled to search for survivors in buildings left tilting precariously on their foundations in the Taiwanese city of Hualien on February 7, after an overnight earthquake killed four and injured more than 200. / AFP PHOTO
Rescue and emergency workers check for survivors inside a damaged building, the morning after a 6.4 magnitude quake hit the eastern Taiwanese city of Hualien, on February 7, 2018.
Rescue workers scrambled to search for survivors in buildings left tilting precariously on their foundations in the Taiwanese city of Hualien on February 7, after an overnight earthquake killed four and injured more than 200. / AFP PHOTO /
Support girders help prop up a building that came off its foundation, the morning after a 6.4 magnitude quake hit the eastern Taiwanese city of Hualien, on February 7, 2018.
Rescue workers scrambled to search for survivors in buildings left tilting precariously on their foundations in the Taiwanese city of Hualien on February 7, after an overnight earthquake killed four and injured more than 200. / AFP PHOTO /


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