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Police and Motorists Move Boulders From Road After Magnitude 7.5 Earthquake

Police in Peru released footage of an officer and motorists removing boulders from a road after a magnitude 7.5 earthquake hit the Amazonas Region on November 28.

Police said the rockfall occurred in Chachapoyas, a city in northern Peru.

The Amazonas regional governor said there were no reported casualties, according to remarks published by Peruvian newspaper La Republica.

According to Peru’s National Seismological Center, the earthquake struck 98 kilometers east of the town of Santa María de Nieva in the Condorcanqui Province shortly before 6 am. Credit: National Police of Peru via Storyful

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