A magnitude 7.7 earthquake struck Baluchistan on Tuesday.
The U.S. Geological Survey said, the quake, with a depth of about nine miles (about 15 kilometers), struck 43 miles (69 kilometers) northeast of Awaran and 71 miles (114 kilometers) northwest of Bela.
It destroyed houses and cut communications with the worst affected district of Awaran.
The earthquake was so powerful that it caused a small island to emerge from the Arabian Sea, just off the Pakistani coast.
Pakistani officials said that the earth moved with enough force to create a small island visible off the southern coast after the huge tremor.
By Wednesday, 327 people were reported killed by the disaster.
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