Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mac 26, 2011

Myanmar…

An earthquake damaged road and bridge are seen in Tarlay March 25, 2011. At least 74 people were killed in a strong earthquake that struck Myanmar, state media said on Friday, while a series of aftershocks have caused panic but only limited damage in Thailand and Laos. The death toll from Thursday's 6.8 magnitude tremor was expected to rise slightly in Myanmar after 225 homes and nine government buildings were destroyed. Over 100 people were injured, according to state television. The quake sparked panic, but no major damage, in other countries across Southeast Asia.

An earthquake damaged road and bridge are seen in Tarlay March 25, 2011. At least 74 people were killed in a strong earthquake that struck Myanmar, state media said on Friday, while a series of aftershocks have caused panic but only limited damage in Thailand and Laos. The death toll from Thursday’s 6.8 magnitude tremor was expected to rise slightly in Myanmar after 225 homes and nine government buildings were destroyed. Over 100 people were injured, according to state television. The quake sparked panic, but no major damage, in other countries across Southeast Asia.

In this photo released by Democratic Voice of Burma, residents walk along a road damaged by an earthquake in Tarlay, Shan state, Myanmar, Friday, March 25, 2011. The Thursday night quake, measured at a magnitude 6.8 by the U.S. Geological Survey, toppled homes in northeastern Myanmar and killed dozens of people.

in this photo released by Democratic Voice of Burma, residents walk along a road damaged by an earthquake in Tarlay, Shan state, Myanmar, Friday, March 25, 2011. The Thursday night quake, measured at a magnitude 6.8 by the U.S. Geological Survey, toppled homes in northeastern Myanmar and killed dozens of people.

In this photo released by Democratic Voice of Burma, officials stand in front of a building destroyed by an earthquake in Tarlay, Shan state, Myanmar, Friday, March 25, 2011. The Thursday night quake, measured at a magnitude 6.8 by the U.S. Geological Survey, toppled homes in northeastern Myanmar and killed dozens of people.

In this photo released by Democratic Voice of Burma, a soldier stands in front of a house destroyed by an earthquake in Tarlay, Shan state, Myanmar, Friday, March 25, 2011. The Thursday night quake, measured at a magnitude 6.8 by the U.S. Geological Survey, toppled homes in northeastern Myanmar and killed dozens of people.

n this photo released by Democratic Voice of Burma, a soldier stands in front of a house destroyed by an earthquake in Tarlay, Shan state, Myanmar, Friday, March 25, 2011. The Thursday night quake, measured at a magnitude 6.8 by the U.S. Geological Survey, toppled homes in northeastern Myanmar and killed dozens of people.

An earthquake damaged road is seen in Tarlay March 25, 2011. At least 74 people were killed in a strong earthquake that struck Myanmar, state media said on Friday, while a series of aftershocks have caused panic but only limited damage in Thailand and Laos. The death toll from Thursday's 6.8 magnitude tremor was expected to rise slightly in Myanmar after 225 homes and nine government buildings were destroyed. Over 100 people were injured, according to state television. The quake sparked panic, but no major damage, in other countries across Southeast Asia.

An earthquake damaged road is seen in Tarlay March 25, 2011. At least 74 people were killed in a strong earthquake that struck Myanmar, state media said on Friday, while a series of aftershocks have caused panic but only limited damage in Thailand and Laos. The death toll from Thursday’s 6.8 magnitude tremor was expected to rise slightly in Myanmar after 225 homes and nine government buildings were destroyed. Over 100 people were injured, according to state television. The quake sparked panic, but no major damage, in other countries across Southeast Asia.


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