PHOTOS Aftermath of SW China earthquake

PHOTOS

Aftermath of SW China earthquake

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20:16, June 18, 2019

Photo taken on June 18, 2019 shows a landslide after earthquake at Jinji Village of Shuanghe Town, Changning County of Yibin City, southwest China's Sichuan Province. Twelve people died and another 125 were injured after a 6.0-magnitude earthquake hit Changning County Monday night, China's Ministry of Emergency Management said on Tuesday. (Photos: Xinhua)

Aerial photo taken on June 18, 2019 shows a temporary shelter at Shuanghe Town High School in Changning County of Yibin City, southwest China's Sichuan Province. Twelve people died and another 125 were injured after a 6.0-magnitude earthquake hit Changning County Monday night, China's Ministry of Emergency Management said on Tuesday.

Photo taken on June 18, 2019 shows collapsed houses at Shuanghe Town in Changning County of Yibin City, southwest China's Sichuan Province. Twelve people died and another 125 were injured after a 6.0-magnitude earthquake hit Changning County Monday night, China's Ministry of Emergency Management said on Tuesday.

Photo taken on June 18, 2019 shows collapsed houses at Putao Village in Shuanghe Town, Changning County of Yibin City, southwest China's Sichuan Province. Twelve people died and another 125 were injured after a 6.0-magnitude earthquake hit Changning County Monday night, China's Ministry of Emergency Management said on Tuesday.

People rest in a tent at Shuanghe Town High School in Changning County of Yibin City, southwest China's Sichuan Province, June 18, 2019. Twelve people died and another 125 were injured after a 6.0-magnitude earthquake hit Changning County Monday night, China's Ministry of Emergency Management said on Tuesday.

Aerial photo taken on June 18, 2019 shows tents at a temporary shelter of Shuanghe Town High School in Changning County of Yibin City, southwest China's Sichuan Province. Twelve people died and another 125 were injured after a 6.0-magnitude earthquake hit Changning County Monday night, China's Ministry of Emergency Management said on Tuesday.

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