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    Posted February 27, 2010 by
    santiago, Chile
    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    Earthquakes in Chile

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    Terremoto Chile.


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     fedevol told us in Spanish that he was very scared when the earthquake came through Santiago, Chile. Translated: "In the photos you see my room, that's where I was when the quake hit. Everything was moving in different directions, there was a lot of noise, everyone was screaming, a lot of panic. The movement became stronger with every second. Afterward on the streets there was a lot of dust, damaged cars and people running."

    En espanol: "En las fotos se ve mi dormitorio, yo estuve ahí para el terremoto, todo se movio en muchas direcciones, hubo mucho ruido, todos gritaban, no era posible oir los gritos, mucho panico. Y el movimiento fue aumentando cada segundo que pasaba. Luego al salir a las calles habia pucho polvo en suspensión, muchos autos arrancando y gente corriendo."
    - nsaidi, CNN iReport producer

    Fotos de una casa de clase media relativamente cercana al centro de santiago.


    Se sintió muy fuerte, pensamos que era el fin, fue muy dramático.



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