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New Zealand earthquake aftermath: Your comments

Hopes are fading of finding more survivors beneath collapsed buildings in Christchurch, New Zealand's second biggest city, after a 6.3-magnitude earthquake killed at least 113 people and left more than 300 missing. Officials have said rescue teams for 48 hours had pulled only bodies from collapsed buildings rubble, and that there was no communication with people trapped inside the rubble, reducing the chance of  finding survivors.  Send us your comments about the earthquake and the aftermath.

Published: 21 Mar 2011 10:13 GMT
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