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Saturday, March 12, 2011

Tsunami Damage for Latin America!!!!!!!!!



Exacuees play cards under a tent in a compound next to the airport, after an alert of tsunami was launched in Hanga Roa, Easter Island, Chile, Friday, March 11, 2011. Islanders and coastal residents along Latin America's Pacific seaboard moved to higher ground Friday as a precaution against possible tsunami following the quake that bashed northeastern Japan with huge waves. Only slightly higher...

Exacuees play cards under a tent in a compound next to the airport, after an alert of tsunami was launched in Hanga Roa, Easter Island, Chile, Friday, March 11, 2011. Islanders and coastal residents along Latin America's Pacific seaboard moved to higher ground Friday as a precaution against possible tsunami following the quake that bashed northeastern Japan with huge waves. Only slightly higher waters were reported washing ashore in Chile's Easter Island.

People watch from a hill top as waves crash into Hanga Roa harbour after an alert of tsunami was launched in Hanga Roa, Easter Island, Chile, Friday, March 11, 2011.
Islanders and coastal residents along Latin America's Pacific seaboard moved to higher ground Friday as a precaution against possible tsunami following the quake that bashed northeastern Japan with huge waves. Only slightly higher waters were reported washing ashore in Chile's Easter Island

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People look out to sea from a hill top after an alert of tsunami was launched in Hanga Roa, Easter Island, Chile, Friday, March 11, 2011. Islanders and coastal residents along Latin America's Pacific seaboard moved to higher ground Friday as a precaution against possible tsunami following the quake that bashed northeastern Japan with huge waves. Only slightly higher waters were reported washing...
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People look out to sea from a hill top after an alert of tsunami was launched in Hanga Roa, Easter Island, Chile, Friday, March 11, 2011. Islanders and coastal residents along Latin America's Pacific seaboard moved to higher ground Friday as a precaution against possible tsunami following the quake that bashed northeastern Japan with huge waves. Only slightly higher waters were reported washing ashore in Chile's Easter Island.
A police officer gives directions while people walk in Valparaiso, Chile after an alert of tsunami was launched Friday, March 11, 2011. Chile is taking precautions as a tsunami triggered by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake could hit the country's coastal area within the next hours.
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A police officer gives directions while people walk in Valparaiso, Chile after an alert of tsunami was launched Friday, March 11, 2011. Chile is taking precautions as a tsunami triggered by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake could hit the country's coastal area within the next hours.
A boat is towed in Esmeraldas, northern Ecuador, Friday, March 11, 2011. Ecuador is taking precautions as a tsunami triggered by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake could hit the country's coastal area within the next hours.
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A boat is towed in Esmeraldas, northern Ecuador, Friday, March 11, 2011. Ecuador is taking precautions as a tsunami triggered by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake could hit the country's coastal area within the next hours.
 Fishermen unload a shark after a morning of fishing at the Corinto port in Nicaragua, Friday March 11, 2011.  By orders of the local port authority, fishermen began pulling their boats out of the sea as the Pacific seaboard readied for a possible tsunami raised by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake.
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Fishermen unload a shark after a morning of fishing at the Corinto port in Nicaragua, Friday March 11, 2011. By orders of the local port authority, fishermen began pulling their boats out of the sea as the Pacific seaboard readied for a possible tsunami raised by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake.
Beach chairs sit empty along Agua Dulce beach which is normally full of people in Lima, Peru, Friday March 11, 2011.  Latin American governments ordered islanders and coastal residents to head for higher ground on Friday as the vast Pacific seaboard readied for a possible tsunami raised by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake.
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Beach chairs sit empty along Agua Dulce beach which is normally full of people in Lima, Peru, Friday March 11, 2011. Latin American governments ordered islanders and coastal residents to head for higher ground on Friday as the vast Pacific seaboard readied for a possible tsunami raised by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake.
Fishermen pull a boat from the sea in preparation for a possible tsunami in the Pacific resort city of Mazatlan, Mexico, Friday March 11, 2011. By orders of the local port authority, fishermen began pulling their boats out of the sea as the Pacific seaboard readied for a possible tsunami raised by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake.
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Fishermen pull a boat from the sea in preparation for a possible tsunami in the Pacific resort city of Mazatlan, Mexico, Friday March 11, 2011. By orders of the local port authority, fishermen began pulling their boats out of the sea as the Pacific seaboard readied for a possible tsunami raised by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake.
People board a military truck as they are evacuated from Santa Elena, Ecuador, Friday, March 11, 2011. Ecuador is taking precautions as a tsunami triggered by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake could hit the country's coastal area within the next hours.
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People board a military truck as they are evacuated from Santa Elena, Ecuador, Friday, March 11, 2011. Ecuador is taking precautions as a tsunami triggered by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake could hit the country's coastal area within the next hours.
Fishermen move a boat ashore from the sea due to a tsunami warning in effect for the Pacific coast in Duao, Chile, Friday March 11, 2011. Latin American governments ordered islanders and coastal residents to head for higher ground on Friday as the vast Pacific seaboard readied for a possible tsunami raised by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake.
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Fishermen move a boat ashore from the sea due to a tsunami warning in effect for the Pacific coast in Duao, Chile, Friday March 11, 2011. Latin American governments ordered islanders and coastal residents to head for higher ground on Friday as the vast Pacific seaboard readied for a possible tsunami raised by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake.
People leave Valparaiso due to an alert of tsunami Friday, March 11, 2011. Chile is taking precautions as a tsunami triggered by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake could hit the country's coastal area within the next hours.
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People leave Valparaiso due to an alert of tsunami Friday, March 11, 2011. Chile is taking precautions as a tsunami triggered by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake could hit the country's coastal area within the next hours.
A sign that reads in Spanish "Tsunami Risk Zone" stands along the bay of Dichato, Chile, Friday March 11, 2011.  Latin American governments ordered islanders and coastal residents to head for higher ground on Friday as the Pacific seaboard readied for a possible tsunami raised by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake.
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A sign that reads in Spanish "Tsunami Risk Zone" stands along the bay of Dichato, Chile, Friday March 11, 2011. Latin American governments ordered islanders and coastal residents to head for higher ground on Friday as the Pacific seaboard readied for a possible tsunami raised by Japan's magnitude-8.9 earthquake.

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