Aftershocks continue to rattle Taiwan after a strong earthquake that killed at least four people and injured more than 200 others.
The powerful 6.4-magnitude tremor struck at 23:50 (15:50 GMT) about 20km (12 miles) off the island’s east coast.
Multiple buildings across the city of Hualien have been badly damaged. More than 140 people still remain unaccounted for from one building.
Hualien, a popular tourist hub, is home to about 100,000 people.
Residents in the city of Hualien have been told to stay away from their damaged homes, and about 800 have taken shelter in community buildings because of the aftershocks.
Earthquakes are not uncommon for residents in Hualien but the 6.4-magnitude quake, one of the strongest in recent years, came as a shock.
According to witnesses, residents were running out of buildings crying and screaming when the earthquake shook the city.
About 40,000 homes are without water, and highways and bridges have been closed.
Offices and schools in the city will remain closed on Wednesday.
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