Comments:Sequel of aftershocks hit O'Higgins, Bíobío and Maule regions in Chile

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The aftershock103:09, 25 March 2010

The aftershock

I've perceived this. At least the 11:15 one. It was really longer. I thought that one of my classmates that sit behind me were moving my chair, but after the aftershock ended, I could realize that it was an aftershock, not one of my 'mates. Really scary. --Diego Grez let's talk 02:53, 25 March 2010 (UTC)

Diego Grez let's talk02:53, 25 March 2010

BTW, another aftershock catched us, should I write another article or continue writing here?

Diego Grez let's talk03:09, 25 March 2010