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Apr. 3, 2014. Heavy machinery is used in the clearing of debris on the road leading to the town of Camarones, in Arica. The road was cut off due to the magnitude-8.2 quake that struck Chile's Northern coast on Tuesday.

Apr. 3, 2014. Heavy machinery is used in the clearing of debris on the road leading to the town of Camarones, in Arica. The road was cut off due to the magnitude-8.2 quake that struck Chile's Northern coast on Tuesday.

Heavy machinery is used in the clearing of debris on the road leading to the town of Camarones, in Arica, Thursday Apr. 3, 2014. The road was cut off due to the magnitude-8.2 quake that struck Chile's Northern coast on Tuesday. Authorities discovered surprisingly light damage from the quake.  Schools were closed, and large supermarkets and gas stations coordinated their reopenings Thursday with police and military to avoid problems with long lines of customers.

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Heavy machinery is used in the clearing of debris on the road leading to the town of Camarones, in Arica, Thursday Apr. 3, 2014. The road was cut off due to the magnitude-8.2 quake that struck Chile's Northern coast on Tuesday. Authorities discovered surprisingly light damage from the quake. Schools were closed, and large supermarkets and gas stations coordinated their reopenings Thursday with police and military to avoid problems with long lines of customers.

Heavy machinery is used to clear debris on the road leading to the town of Camarones, Chile, on Thursday, April 3.  Access to the town was cut off when an 8.2-magnitude earthquake struck northern Chile on April 1.

Heavy machinery is used to clear debris on the road leading to the town of Camarones, Chile, on Thursday, April 3. Access to the town was cut off when an 8.2-magnitude earthquake struck northern Chile on April 1.

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