Quiet Beach After Chile's Quake

ABC News' Bob Woodruff says "things are getting back to normal" after earthquake.
3:00 | 04/02/14

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So right here this is the beach just west of Santiago the capital killing and the birth place. Just about 900 miles of that -- off at -- It was a warning that that went around after that because there's a fear that tsunami would actually strike. In fact in terms of evacuation to get to see these signs all over most of the city's right here until I. Hazards on its instructions where to go when you go -- and evacuate this was an eight point two. Magnitude that hit as one of the biggest ones the largest ones pictures back in 1960 was nine point 52010. It was an eight point eight. And that was -- -- -- -- More than 500 people want their babies to be known here too is that this evacuations. This warning that came out was a lot better than. What happened in 20101500. People were killed us because they didn't give the warning them. This time they were very very careful. In terms of trying to warn the people make you see things are really get back to normal -- the tourists are back. The sky is blue. Quote that we actually talked earlier are going out to see it again that is not they're not afraid -- -- this. For the bulk of it is now over. There's always that that possibility there could be another earthquake or tsunami that could follow up to that so still keep in. Prize.

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