On February 27, 2010, an 8.8 magnitude earthquake struck Chile. It was the fifth strongest earthquake ever recorded; NASA estimated that it tilted the Earth’s axis by three inches. Schools, hospitals, roads, homes, and businesses across a huge swath of Chile’s midsection were left devastated, paralyzing the country for weeks. The recovery effort cost Chile the equivalent of 18 percent of its GDP.
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