Earthquake survivors weep while waiting to be evacuated along ...
Feb 7th, 2012
(Reuters) - Earthquake survivors weep while waiting to be evacuated along a highway in La Libertad, Negros Oriental in central Philippines February 7, 2012. Philippine rescuers searched on Tuesday for 29 residents of a mountainside community feared dead after a landslide triggered by an earthquake engulfed their homes. A magnitude 6.7 quake struck near Tayasan town in the central Philippine island of Negros on Monday. Fifteen people are known to have been killed while several remote towns have been cut off because of damage to roads and bridges. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) -
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