A huge earthquake has hit northern Chile in south America. It measured 7.7 on the Richter scale - which measures how strong the quakes are.
Power lines were knocked down in towns across the region leaving loads of people without electricity.
Loads of tins and packets of food fell from the shelves and onto the floor of this supermarket in the mining town of Maria Elena.
In the city of Antofagasta, cars were crushed when part of this hotel collapsed.
The centre of the quake hit the town of Calam, but there were reports that it could be felt 1,260km away in the capital Santiago.