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#HeadlineNews: Magnitude-8.2 Quake Rocks Northern Chile

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — A powerful magnitude-8.2 earthquake struck off northern Chile on
Tuesday night, setting off a small tsunami that forced evacuations along the country’s entire
Pacific coast. Officials reported two deaths and several serious injuries, but the area apparently
escaped major damage as landslides blocked roads, power failed for thousands, an airport was
damaged and several businesses caught fire.

About 300 inmates escaped from a women’s prison in the city of Iquique, and officials said
Chile’s military was sending a planeload of special forces to guard against looting.

In the city of Arica, 86 miles (139 kilometers) from the quake’s epicenter, hospitals were
treating minor injuries, and some homes made of adobe were destroyed and 90 percent of
customers were without power, authorities said.

The quake also shook modern buildings in nearby Peru and in Bolivia’s high altitude capital of La Paz.

Iquique Gov. Gonzalo Prieto told Radio Cooperativa that two people were known to have died after
the quake hit at 8:46 p.m. and several others had serious injuries. The mayor of Tarapaca attributed
the deaths to heart attacks.

Hours later, tsunami warnings or watches remained in effect for the coasts of Peru and Chile,
the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said. Shortly before midnight, Chile’s Emergency Office
said its tsunami watch would remain in effect for six more hours, meaning hundreds of thousands
of people along the coast would not sleep in their beds. Authorities in the U.S. state of Hawaii were
on alert, but no tsunami watch was issued.

The U.S. Geological Survey initially reported the quake at 8.0, but later upgraded the magnitude.
It said the quake struck 61 miles (99 kilometers) northwest of Iquique, hitting a region that has
been rocked by numerous quakes over the past two weeks.

Psychiatrist Ricardo Yevenes said he was with a patient in Arica when the quake hit.
“It quickly began to move the entire office, things were falling,” he told local television.
“Almost the whole city is in darkness.”

The quake was so strong that the shaking experienced in Bolivia’s capital about
290 miles (470 kilometers) away was the equivalent of a 4.5-magnitude tremor, authorities there said.

More than 10 strong aftershocks followed in the first few hours, including a 6.2 tremor.
More aftershocks and even a larger quake could not be ruled out, said seismologist Mario Pardo
at the University of Chile.

Chilean Interior Minister Rodrigo Penailillo said President Michelle Bachelet was closely watching
the situation and was ready to take “any measures” to ensure people’s safety. Hundreds of soldiers
were being deployed in the quake zone, and a flight would be leaving soon with 100 special forces
on board, he added.

“We have taken action to ensure public order in the case of Iquique, where we’ve had a massive
escape of more than 300 female prisoners from the Iquique jail, so that the armed forces and
police can coordinate and provide tranquility and security to the residents,” he said.

Some roads in northern Chile were blocked by landslides, causing traffic jams among people
leaving the coast. But coastal residents remained calm as they head inland while waves measuring
almost 2 meters (6 1/2 feet) struck their cities.

Evacuations also were ordered in Peru, where waves 2 meters above normal forced about 200
people to leave the seaside town of Boca del Rio. But there were no injuries or major damage, said Col.
Enrique Blanco, the regional police chief in Tacna, a Peruvian city of 300,000 near the Chilean border.
“The lights went out briefly, but were re-established,” Blanco said.

Chile is one of the world’s most earthquake-prone countries because just off the coast,
the Nazca tectonic plate plunges beneath the South American plate, pushing the towering
Andes cordillera to ever-higher altitudes.

The latest activity began with a strong magnitude-6.7 quake on March 16 that caused more
than 100,000 people to briefly evacuate low-lying areas. Hundreds of smaller quakes
followed in the weeks since, keeping people on edge as scientists said there was no way
to tell if the unusual string of tremors was a harbinger of an impending disaster.

The last recorded big quake to hit far northern Chile around Iquique was a devastating
magnitude-8.3 in 1877. It unleashed a 24-meter-high (nearly 80-foot-high) tsunami, causing
major damage along the Chile-Peru coast and fatalities as far away as Hawaii and Japan.

A magnitude-8.8 quake and ensuing tsunami in central Chile in 2010 killed more than
500 people, destroyed 220,000 homes, and washed away docks, riverfronts and seaside resorts.

That quake released so much energy, it actually it shortened the Earth’s day by a fraction of a
second by changing the planet’s rotation.

The strongest earthquake ever recorded on Earth also happened in Chile –
a magnitude-9.5 tremor in 1960 that killed more than 5,000 people.

Chile is the world’s leading copper producing nation, and most of its mining
industry is in the northern regions. Top mining companies said there was no serious damage
to their operations so far.

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Locations : AricaBoca Del RioCentral ChileHawaiiIquiqueLa PazNorthern ChileSantiagoTarapaca
People : Enrique BlancoGonzalo PrietoMario PardoMichelle BacheletRicardo YevenesRodrigo Penailillo




 
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