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Indian quake hits Yadong county

09-21-2011 08:33 BJT

Two residents in Yadong county in the Tibet autonomous region on Sept 19, 2011 walk through
the ruins of a street after their homes were damaged in the aftermath of a 6.9-magnitude
earthquake that struck India on Sunday evening. At least seven people in Yadong died in the
quake, while 24 were injured. The quake affected more than 13,790 residents and destroyed
more than 2,960 houses. [Photo by He Shengke/for China Daily]

A Tibetan woman looks at a dead cow killed in an earthquake in Yadong county in the Tibet
autonomous region on Sept 19, 2011.[Photo by He Shengke/for China Daily]

A Tibetan woman carries a child in front of her damaged house in Yadong county in the Tibet
autonomous region on Sept 19, 2011.[Photo by He Shengke/for China Daily]

Residents walk past a damaged house in Yadong county in the Tibet autonomous region on Sept
19, 2011. [Photo by He Shengke/for China Daily]

A Tibetan old man stands in front of his damaged house in Yadong county in
the Tibet autonomous region on Sept 19, 2011.[Photo by He Shengke/for China
Daily]

 

Editor:Zhang Rui |Source: China Daily

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