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A news anchor in Peru carried on live with an interview even though the whole studio was shaking.
The reporter Alvina Ruiz said, 'This happens' and told viewers to "stay calm" and "have an emergency backpack at hand".
The event unfolded as a magnitude 6 earthquake hit Peru's capital Lima.
As the earth moved on Tuesday, residents of Lima, home to some 9.7 million people, evacuated to the streets.
So far, no deaths or injuries have been reported but the earthquake shook buildings and caused damage to homes.