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Nepal 7.8 Earthquake & CERN’s Hadron Collider

By Cain Cawthon

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A powerful earthquake shook Nepal Saturday near its capital, Katmandu, killing more than 1,800 people, flattening sections of the city’s historic center, and trapping dozens of sightseers in a 200-foot watchtower that came crashing down into a pile of bricks.

Volunteers and residents began the desperate search for survivors after the 7.8 quake that caused widespread damage across the region.-- Image credit: Getty/AP

Rescue crews and residents began the desperate search for survivors after the 7.8 quake that flattened homes, buildings and temples, causing widespread damage across the region.

According to multiple reports, dozens of bodies were pulled from the historic nine-story Dharahara tower that came crashing down during the quake. At least 17 people were reported killed on Mount Everest, where the quake caused multiple avalanches.

The death toll of 1,832 is expected to rise as the full extent of the damage is assessed.

The loss of life reported so far “is really based on the information we have from the main cities,” Lex Kassenberg, Nepal country director for CARE International, told CNN. “But if you look at the spread of the earthquake a lot of the rural areas have been hit as well. The information we received from the field is that 80% of the houses in these rural areas have been destroyed.”

The quake was the strongest in the region in more than 80 years.

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