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Peru was shaken to its core last night when a 7.9-magnitude earthquake rattled the country and left at least 337 dead and more than 800 injured. The quake hit Peru's coast, and people were primarily killed in the Ica region, which lies south of the country's capital, Lima. More than 200 were killed when a church collapsed in the town of Pisco as they were attending religious services. The quake struck at 6:40 p.m. Wednesday, and four aftershocks followed. It caused the Hawaii-based Pacific Tsunami Warning Center to issue warnings for South American coastlines and placed an advisory for as far away as Hawaii.