People in the Spanish town of Lorca are finding out what damage has been done after a major earthquake hit the area on Wednesday evening.
At least eight people were killed and the quake sent buildings toppling over, causing injuries. The magnitude-5.2 tremor hit about two hours after a smaller quake measuring 4.4.
About 20,000 buildings are believed to have been damaged in what was Spain's worst earthquake for 50 years.
Thousands of people were forced to sleep outdoors - some in an outdoor basketball court and others used children's playgrounds.
Hundreds of military workers are now in the town, searching the rubble for victims and survivors. They are also beginning the clean-up and checking which buildings are safe.
The military is also setting up tents for people whose homes have been destroyed. Spain has lots of little earthquakes, but none are usually as big as these ones.