(New Photos) Christchurch 6.3 Magnitude Earthquake Shook The City To Pieces
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(New Photos) Christchurch 6.3 Magnitude Earthquake Shook The City To Pieces

Christchurch : New Zealand | Feb 23, 2011 at 5:58 PM PST
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(Check It Out! Pictures!) Here are new sets of pictures and photos as office buildings, homes and churches lie in ruins after the 6.3 magnitude earthquake that almost destroy the entire city of Christchurch, New Zealand. The death toll rises from 65 now it was 75 people confirmed dead with another 300 missing. But officials said that the death toll is expected to hit nearly 400. New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has quoted that 22 February "may well be New Zealand's darkest day" and declared the event a national emergency. See pics!!!

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Seconds after the Christchurch earthquake, this picture captured the scene of widespread devastation from afar
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  • Seconds after the Christchurch earthquake, this picture captured the scene of widespread devastation from afar

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  • A vehicle stuck in the road after the ground literally broke upRead more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1359865/New-Zealand-earthquake-Christchurch-rescue-workers-hunt-survivors.html#ixzz1Epxcig6x

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  • Seconds after the Christchurch earthquake, this picture captured the scene of widespread devastation from afar

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  • Fire fighters outside a collapsed building in Christchurch today

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  • Rescue teams used thermal cameras to locate survivors

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  • A Baptist church lies in ruins

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