View of debris of a comercial building in Iquique, 1,950 km north of Santiago, on April 3, 2014. Thousands of shaken Chileans spent a second night in the streets and makeshift shelters early Thursday following a 7.6-magnitude earthquake that struck 24 hours after an even stronger tremor killed six. President Michelle Bachelet, who was assessing damage from Tuesday's massive 8.2 jolt, was among those forced to flee late Wednesday as the latest temblor sowed terror among already exhausted and nervous residents. The new quake struck in the Pacific Ocean at 11:43 pm (0243 GMT Thursday), 19 kilometers (12 miles) south of the northern coastal city of Iquique, the US Geological Survey said. There were no reports of fatalities or major damage and authorities lifted a tsunami alert after two hours. Peru to the north did the same. AFP PHOTO/ALDO SOLIMANO        (Photo credit should read Aldo Solimano/AFP/Getty Images)