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The worst earthquake since the Alaskan disaster shakes Central Chile for 90 seconds. In those fleeting moments 300 persons lost their lives. 20,000 were made homeless. Hardest hit was the mining town of El Cobre, north of Santiago. There, a mud dam containing millions of tons of mineral waste gave way, sweeping away the village. Date: 4/1/1965

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