Ecuador earthquake survivors talk about psychological damage

The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Ecuador’s central coast last week left more than 500 people dead, and thousands injured. It was the strongest earthquake the country had experienced since the 1970s, and the devastation continues to spread. Fusion explores how the country is recuperating with international help, and two survivors speak of the impact—both physical and emotional—that the traumatic event has had on Ecuador’s residents.

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