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article imageVideo: Supermarket shelves empty in Costa Rica quake

By Anne Sewell     Sep 8, 2012 in World
Naranjo - It was more than a "clean up on aisle three" after the 7.6 earthquake struck in the Cope supermarket in Naranjo city, Costa Rica.
Digital Journal reported on September 5 on the 7.6-magnitude earthquake in San José, Costa Rica, which luckily failed to cause major damage, although buildings were pretty much shook up. There was a tsunami warning, but luckily this was lifted.
Just released is CCTV footage of the Cope supermarket in Naranjo city, where from all angles you can see people running to escape and thousands of grocery items falling from the shelves.
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