Landslide triggered after 6.2-magnitude earthquake strikes Chile

A 6.2-magnitude earthquake rocked the coastal city of Iquique, located in northern Chile, on November 1, causing landslides as residents fled to safety.

This video, filmed in the Tarapacá region, shows dust clouds formed as a result of cascading rocks.

According to local media, the earthquake occurred at around 7:20 local time, with aftershocks ensuing.

There have been no reports of injuries or damage so far.