Strong quake kills & derails train in Taiwan

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On Sunday, a 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck Taiwan's southeast coast

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Bringing down a three-story building in Yuli

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Hundreds of visitors were left stranded on a mountain after a train was derailed

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Infrastructure in Hualien and Taitung counties sustained "widespread damage" as a result of the earthquake

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Four persons were rescued by search and rescue workers in Yuli from the burning structure

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West of the town, three persons are trapped in the wreckage of the fallen Gaoliao Bridge

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Nearly 400 visitors were taken off Chike Mountain outside the town

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More than 7,000 homes lost power after the earthquake wrecked the local electricity wires

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Following the earthquake, the U.S. Tsunami Warning Center briefly issued a tsunami warning before lifting it an hour later

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On Saturday, there were more than 70 earthquakes in the area, with a magnitude of 6.4

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That were formerly classed as aftershocks but are now considered to be foreshocks

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