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2016’s Deadliest Quake

A building's upper level lies on the sidewalk in a coastal Ecuador city.
A building’s upper level lies on the sidewalk in a coastal Ecuador city.

From the Spring 2017 Penn College Magazine: Ecuador resident Patrick Watts, ’09, helps those affected by the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that rattled the nation’s coast. Read “2016’s Deadliest Quake.”

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