14 Koreans Hurt in Taiwan Quake
Seven people died, some 245 people were hurt and 88 are missing after a magnitude 6.0 earthquake hit Hualien, a tourist city in eastern Taiwan on Tuesday night.
Fourteen Koreans are among the injured, according to the Taiwanese Foreign Ministry.
One Korean woman in her 50s was rescued dramatically after about 10 hours from an apartment building tilted by the quake.
The woman, a resident on the ninth floor, had been trapped by doors destroyed by the quake. She was unhurt and alert.
The quake occurred on the ocean floor 22 km northeast of the Hualien County government building at 11:50 p.m. Tuesday at a shallow depth of 10.6 km.
Hualien is famous for the Taroko Gorge and its beautiful beach. Some 250 big and small aftershocks continued all day Wednesday.