This handout photo taken and released on September 18, 2022 by the Taiwan Railways Administration shows a derailed train after a magnitude 6.9 earthquake, at Dongli Station in Hualien. AFP PHOTO / Taiwan Railways Administration
This handout photo taken and released on September 18, 2022 by the Taiwan Railways Administration shows a derailed train after a magnitude 6.9 earthquake, at Dongli Station in Hualien. AFP PHOTO / Taiwan Railways Administration

TAIPEI: A strong earthquake shook much of Taiwan on Sunday, toppling a three-story building and temporarily trapping four people inside, stranding about 400 tourists on a mountainside, and knocking part of a passenger train off its tracks.

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