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.
Residents in the fishing village of Constitucion on Tuesday, March 2, walk by a boat run aground three days before by the tsunami from the massive earthquake.
Chilean soldiers on patrol in Constitucion. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet said looting and lawlessness like that seen in the city of Concepcion and other areas will not be tolerated.
A resident prepares to leave an earthquake-damaged building Monday, March 1, in Santiago.
Boats lie next to a building in Talcahuano on Monday after they were taken ashore by a tsunami caused by the earthquake.
The earthquake and the tsunami devastated downtown Talcahuano.
A local resident walks past debris from the earthquake in Talcahuano on Monday.
People walk amid the wreckage in Penca, Chile, on Monday.