A powerful earthquake shook southern Chile on Sunday, prompting officials to order an evacuation of coastal areas to guard against a possible tsunami.
The quake struck about 225km (140 miles) south-west of Puerto Montt in southern Chile at 14:22 GMT, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) said.
Its depth was about 15km (10 miles). There are no details yet of damage.
Chile’s national emergency office has issued an alert and ordered the evacuation of coastal areas of Los Lagos region.