Arab Weather - At midnight on Friday, international seismic observatories recorded an earthquake measuring 6.8 degrees in various regions of the Kingdom of Morocco.
The strong tremor was felt by all residents in Moroccan cities such as Marrakesh, Agadir, and the capital, Rabat.
Eyewitnesses reported that some buildings collapsed in the old city, which is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Moroccan television showed pictures of the fallen minaret of a mosque, and its rubble was scattered on smashed cars.
While families stood anxiously in the streets or gathered on the sidewalk, some carrying children, blankets or other belongings for fear of aftershocks.
The earthquake created a large hole in a house, and a car was almost buried under the rubble of a collapsed building.
Their yellow reflective vests lit up the scene at night. As emergency workers spread everywhere in search of survivors among the rubble of buildings.
hundreds of people died; As there is a family of 5 buried under the rubble of the earthquake in Azila province.
A father searches for his children under the rubble.
Video clips documented a Moroccan family under the rubble, one of them showing his head and calling while the rest of his body was under the rubble, while the rest of his family was under the rubble.
The official toll from the Moroccan earthquake rises to 632 dead, 329 injured, and hundreds under the rubble.
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