A massive 8.8-magnitude earthquake rocked Chile early on Saturday, February 27, leaving hundreds of people dead, destroying parts of southern Chile and triggering tsunami warnings for the entire Pacific basin.
Rescue workers enter a building through a hole in the wall in Concepcion on Sunday, February 28.
Passers-by look at the remains of a building split in half in Concepcion on Sunday.
Rescue workers search through the rubble of a building in Concepcion.
A woman carries a bag of supplies as people work to gather supplies in the aftermath of the 8.8 magnitude earthquake.
The Bureo bridge along highway 5 is left severely damaged, making the route near Mulchen, Chile unpassable.
A man sits among his belongings on Sunday in Penco, Chile.