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Devastation near New Zealand earthquake epicentre

Emergency teams in Christchurch in New Zealand have started to get essential services working again following Tuesday's deadly earthquake.

But thousands of survivors are still without water or power and it could take several days or even weeks for the supplies to be reconnected.

The BBC's Rachel Harvey has been to see how people living outside of the city, near the earthquake's epicentre, are coping.

  • 25 Feb 2011
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