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A 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti on the morning of Saturday, August 14, 2021, with the epicenter about 7.5 miles northeast of Saint-Louis-du-Sud in the southwest part of the country. More than 5,700 people are injured and an estimated 1,297 people are dead (as of August 16). The quake destroyed 13,695 homes and damaged another 13,785 structures, according to the country’s civil protection agency. A state of emergency has been declared for these parts of Haiti: Western Department, Southern Department, Nippes and Gran’Anse.
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