On June 1, a 6.1-magnitude earthquake shook Ya’an city in Sichuan Province, sending students fleeing from their classes. Students at Lushan Middle School were in the classroom when the earthquake occurred. Quickly, teachers tell kids to get out of the classroom. The ground was observed trembling strongly during the earthquake, ceilings were seen collapsing, and parents rushing outside with their children were spotted.
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