Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

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Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

Most of the casualties resulting from the earthquake were in Pakistan where the official confirmed death toll is 74,698, putting it higher than the massive scale of destruction of the 1935 Quetta earthquake.International donors have estimated that about 86,000 died but this has not been confirmed or endorsed by Pakistani authorities. As Saturday is a normal school day in the region, most students were at schools when the earthquake struck. Many were buried under collapsed school buildings. Many people were also trapped in their homes and, because it was the month of Ramadan, most people were taking a nap after their pre-dawn meal and did not have time to escape during the earthquake.

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