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    Security guards check the outside of a residential building Thursday in Hualien, Taiwan, after a 6.7 magnitude earthquake stuck the island’s east coast in the afternoon. The quake shook buildings across the island, but caused no major damage or injuries. Photo: IC
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Gallery: A 6.7 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Up Taiwan

A 6.7 magnitude earthquake jolted a coastal area near Hualien in eastern Taiwan on Thursday, according to the earthquake networks center of the Chinese mainland. The quake was also felt in the eastern provinces of Fujian and Zhejiang

04.19.2019
Security guards check the outside of a residential building Thursday in Hualien, Taiwan, after a 6.7 magnitude earthquake stuck the island’s east coast in the afternoon. The quake shook buildings across the island, but caused no major damage or injuries. Photo: IC
The quake shook open drawers and knocked over a television Thursday in an apartment in Taipei, Taiwan. Photo: IC
Residents gather on the streets of Hualien on Thursday after the earthquake. Photo: IC
A building in Taipei ended up tilting after the earthquake. Photo: IC
Rescue workers help an injured Malaysian tourist, dressed in red, in Taroko National Park in Hualien. Photo: IC
A worker stands near a damaged railway line outside Hualien. Photo: IC

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Gallery: A 6.7 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Up Taiwan