An 8.3 earthquake rocked Chile's central coast on Wednesday.

More than one million people were evacuated, while there are various reports that between five and 10 people died, although that number could certainly increase.

A customer shopping at a supermarket in the capital city of Santiago managed to record the moment the quake hit.

The power went out, bottles shook and a general sense of commotion and minor hysteria took over.

The earthquake led to a tsunami warning in California, although the surge that followed rose no higher than 13 inches.

Hawaii also had a tsunami warning, which was canceled, as was the one in California. However, a three-foot wave was reported on Hawaii's Big Island. There was no damage.

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