Tsunami Warning In Pacific After Powerful Quake In Chile

An 8.3 magnitude earthquake shook Chile, causing tsunami warnings in all regions in the Pacific Ocean.

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center has issued a Tsunami warning for all regions in the Pacific Ocean. 

After a massive 8.3 earthquake shook Chile Wednesday night. (Video via T13)

 Tremors reportedly reached Argentina. No injuries or major infrastructure problems have been reported as of yet. (Video via TeleSur)

Chile's government has evacuated the coastline before the first big waves hit. 

Media outlets say the earthquake hit during rush hour. Many Chileans scrambled to find cover. (Video via CNN)

Chile has a long history of earthquakes. 

In 2014 an 8.2 magnitude quake killed six and caused landslides and power outages. (Video via CBS)

Chile holds the record for the strongest earthquake ever recorded: A 9.5 magnitude quake in 1960. (Video via CBS)

This video contains music by Chris Zabriskie / CC BY 4.0.

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