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Morocco earthquake kills more than 2000 people

Morocco earthquake kills more than 2000 people

Moroccan earthquake survivors have huddled for a night in the open on the High Atlas Mountains, a day after the country’s deadliest quake in more than six decades killed more than 2000 people and laid waste to villages.

Three days of national mourning have been declared after the country’s King Mohammed VI chaired a meeting to discuss the disaster..

Neighbours were still searching for survivors buried on the slopes, where houses of mud brick, stone and rough wood were cracked open and mosque minarets toppled by the quake that struck late on Friday.

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The historic old city of Marrakech also suffered extensive damage.

The death toll rose to 2012 people on Sunday, Moroccan state TV said citing a statement from the interior ministry. The number injured also lifted to 2059, including 1404 people who are in a critical condition, it added.

The quake was gauged by Morocco’s National Seismic Monitoring and Alert Network at a magnitude of seven and by the US Geological Survey as 6.8 with an epicentre 72km southwest of Marrakech.

In the village of Amizmiz near the epicentre, rescue workers picked through rubble with their bare hands.

Fallen masonry blocked narrow streets.

Outside a hospital, about 10 bodies lay covered in blankets as grieving relatives stood nearby.

People affected by an earthquake have moved to an area near a highway after homes were damaged. Credit: AP

“When I felt the earth shaking beneath my feet and the house leaning, I rushed to get my kids out. But my neighbours couldn’t,” Mohamed Azaw said.

“Unfortunately no one was found alive in that family. The father and son were found dead and they are still looking for the mother and the daughter.”

Rescuers stood atop the pancaked floors of one building in Amizmiz, bits of carpet and furniture protruding from the rubble.

A long queue formed outside the only open shop as people sought supplies.

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Underlining the challenges facing rescuers, fallen boulders blocked a road from Amizmiz to a nearby village.

Nearly all the houses in the area of Asni, 40km south of Marrakech, were damaged, and villagers were preparing to spend the night outside.

Food was in short supply as roofs had collapsed on kitchens, villager Mohamed Ouhammo said.

Army officers recover earthquake victims from the rubble in Tafeghaghte, Morocco. (EPA) Credit: EPA

Montasir Itri, a resident of Asni, said the search was on for survivors.

“Our neighbours are under the rubble and people are working hard to rescue them using available means in the village,” he said.

The village of Tansghart in the Ansi area, on the side of a valley where the road from Marrakech rises up into the High Atlas, was the worst hit of any Reuters saw.

Its once-pretty houses, clinging to a steep hillside, were cracked open by the shaking ground.

Those still standing were missing chunks of wall or plaster.

Two mosque minarets had fallen.

Abdellatif Ait Bella, a labourer, lay on the ground, barely able to move or speak, his head bandaged from wounds caused by falling debris.

“We have no house to take him to and have had no food since yesterday,” said his wife Saida Bodchich, fearing for the future of their family of six with their sole breadwinner so badly hurt.

A quake in Morocco has killed more than 800 people and damaged the historic Medina of Marrakech. (AP PHOTO) Credit: AP

“We can rely on nobody but God.”

The village is already mourning ten deaths including two teenage girls, an inhabitant said.

Tremors were felt as far away as Huelva and Jaen in southern Spain.

The World Health Organisation said more than 300,000 people were affected in Marrakech and surrounding areas.

Street camera footage in Marrakech showed the moment the earth began to shake as men suddenly looked around and jumped up, and others ran for shelter into an alleyway and then fled as dust and debris tumbled around them.

In the heart of the old city, a UNESCO World Heritage site, a mosque minaret had fallen in Jemaa al-Fna Square.

Some houses in the tightly packed old city collapsed and people used their hands to remove debris while they waited for heavy equipment, resident Id Waaziz Hassan said.

The Moroccan armed forces will deploy rescue teams to provide affected areas with clean drinking water, food supplies, tents and blankets, it added.

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