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China quake: your pictures

Crowds in a Shanghai park. Photo: Mary Frances Cappiello

You have been sending us pictures after a powerful earthquake hit China. Mary Frances Cappiello: We felt the earthquake in Shanghai. People were evacuated from tall buildings in the east of the city.

Policeman looks at a damaged building. Photo: Chris Cherry

A policeman checks the damage to a building in Chendu after the earthquake. Photo: Chris Cherry

Nurses wait outside hospital. Photo: Chris Cherry

Chris Cherry: Hospitals were evacuated in Chengdu in Sichuan province. Nurses tried to call by mobile but networks were down.

Crowds form at a football pitch. Photo: Daniel Ebbutt

People queuing outside the Sichuan University sports field preparing to camp for the night. Photo: Daniel Ebbutt

Sleeping in a stadium. Photo: Daniel Ebbutt

Crowds gather to sleep on the Sichuan University sports field rather than risk aftershocks within buildings. Photo: Daniel Ebbutt

Chengdu residents in the street. Photo: Andrew Garde Joia

Chengdu residents hesitant to return indoors gather in the street. Photo: Andrew Garde Joia

People sleep on a football pitch. Photo: Chris Cherry

Chris Cherry: People fearing aftershocks sleep on a football pitch in Chengdu. To see your picture featured please send it to yourpics@bbc.co.uk. Terms & conditions at bbc.co.uk



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