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Taiwan's strongest earthquake in nearly 25 years damages buildings, leaving 9 dead

  • A five-story building in Hualien collapsed its first floor and leaned at a 45-degree angle, causing heavy damage. Schools evacuated students for safety. Train and subway services were suspended across the island.
  • Taipei experienced falling tiles and debris from buildings. The national legislature and other structures suffered damage to walls and ceilings. Traffic along the east coast was severely impacted, with landslides and falling debris hitting tunnels and highways.
  • Debris from building sites fell in Taipei, vehicles were damaged from landslides, and highways were impacted. It was unclear if anyone was hurt from these incidents.
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