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        The 2008 Sichuan earthquake, also known as the First Great Sichuan earthquake or Wenchuan earthquake, occurred at 14:28:01 China Standard Time on May 12, 2008. Measuring at 8.0 Ms the earthquake's epicenter was located 80 kilometres (50 mi) west-northwest of Chengdu, the provincial capital, with a focal depth of 19 km (12 mi). Over 69,000 people lost their lives in the quake, including 68,636 in Sichuan province. 374,176 were reported injured, with 18,222 listed as missing as of July 2008. It was the deadliest earthquake to hit China since the 1976 Tangshan earthquake.
        In the early hours of August 8, 2010, a huge mudslide struck the county town of Zhouqu in Gansu province, northwest China. The disaster left 1,765 people dead or missing, in addition to destroying buildings and roads. This is the most serious mountain torrent debris flow disaster since the founding of new china.
        A 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit Jiuzhaigou county in Southwest China's Sichuan province at 9:19 pm China Standard Time on August 8, 2017, at a depth of 20 kilometers, according to the China Earthquake Networks Center. As of August 14 twenty-five people died and 525 people were injured, lost six, affected 176492 people (including visitors) and 73671 houses were damaged.

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