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Photo: 30 million tons of ice

Approximately 30 million tons of ice from the Tasman Glacier slid into Tasman Lake as a result of a 6.3 magnitude earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand on Tuesday, February 22, 2011. The massive quake has killed at least 65 people and has left one of New Zealand's largest cities in ruins. AP Photo/NZPA, Denis Callesen

 
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Comments

  • John

    Great shot.

  • Jaywcrow_509

    oh wow preety much rong place rong time how could we control ice masses that big?

  • Greyghost826

    Brave & Crazy souls in that dinghy! Great work! Our Prayers and support are with you all!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_APZUE4TYJM7LR7W7V5W5KYKVRE 4TruthandJustice

    How big and deep is Tasman Lake? That 30 million tons of ice will eventually become 7.5 billion gallons of water.