April 22 - Death toll climbs to more than 200 after an earthquake in southwest China over the weekend. Julie Noce reports.
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Rows of Red Cross tents are now home to some of the thousands left homeless by a deadly earthquake in southwest China over the weekend.
37 year old Wu Jinping, who's arm was injured in the quake, is living in a tent with 11 other people.
We sleep poorly because the air is bad, she said. And we have no idea when we will be able to leave.
Saturday's 6.6 magnitude quake shook Sichuan province on Saturday with 208 people reported missing or dead.
Nearly 12,000 are reported to have been injured.
Landslides and narrows roads are hampering search and rescue efforts.
In Lushan, where most of the damage was concentrated, supplies and water are handed out to residents who, for now, have no where else to go.
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