New Christchurch earthquake audio revealed

Last updated 08:50 01/04/2011

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Radio New Zealand has discovered dramatic audio from Christchurch's February quake.

They say the material was only recently found when computer servers in their Christchurch earthquake-damaged newsroom were recovered.

RNZ reporter Bridget Mills was conducting a phone interview on the Libyan situation when the quake struck.

As well as the sounds of the earthquake, it also captures graphic language.

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