(The Washington Post)
World
Cracked roads and a leaning hotel: Scenes from the Taiwan earthquake
A 6.4-magnitude quake hit Taiwan Feb. 6, killing at least four and injuring hundreds in the city of Hualien. Social video showed rescue workers and locals helping survivors late at night.
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