Filipina missing after 6.4-magnitude Taiwan quake

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, February 7) — One Filipina is missing after the 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck off the east coast of Taiwan late Tuesday, authorities said.

"We have a report that a Filipina caretaker is missing and presumed trapped in one of the damaged (buildings)," said Gerry De Belen, information officer at the Manila Economic and Cultural Office in Taiwan.

At least four people died and 225 others were injured after the earthquake.

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At least 145 people were unaccounted for, according to the Central News Agency (CNA), Taiwan's official news agency.

The quake struck the East China Sea, about 21 kilometers north of the city of Hualien. Light shaking was felt in the capital Taipei, about 120 kilometers north of Hualien, according to reports sent to the U.S. Geological Survey.

The Marshal Hotel in downtown Hualien was one of the buildings that collapsed, the Hualien Police Department said.

At least one bridge, badly damaged by the earthquake, has been partially reopened by police to traffic, the CNA said.

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