Amazingly, the CBS News Investigative Unit has acquired video tape of buildings collapsing in Port-au-Prince during the Haiti earthquake last week, the country’s worst since 1770.
The quake had a magnitude of 7.0 and precipitated dozens of aftershocks.
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The video (below) starts off innocently enough, but before long the ground starts shaking and smoke can be seen billowing off in the distance.
It immediately becomes apparent that buildings are collapsing and all hell is breaking loose.
In the second video posted below, you can see the chaotic footage from the aftermath of the earthquake.
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