A magnitude-6.4 natural disaster rocked Taiwan on Tuesday, killing at least two people, injuring more than 100, toppling buildings and damaging roads, authorities said.
Four buildings have collapsed and one bridge has been damaged, Taiwan's National Fire Agency told ABC News. Some are still trapped inside of the half-collapsed hotel and are shining the torches on their phones so responders know they're there.
Tuesday's tremor comes after a magnitude 6.1 quake struck nearby on Sunday.
A 6.4 magnitude quake shook the eastern coast of Taiwan late Tuesday night, and at least one building collapsed due to the shaking.
The agency also posted photos showing a road fractured in several parts.
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A woman leaves the damaged Marshal Hotel in Hualien, eastern Taiwan, after a strong quake. "There are cracks on the wall, even the fridge moved", he said.
The quake is said to be centered in East China Sea, around 21 kilometers north-northeast of Hualien City.
TWO people have been killed and more than 100 are injured after two earthquakes struck Taiwan.
The island nation's worst tremor in recent decades was a 7.6-magnitude natural disaster in September 1999 that killed more than 2,400 people.