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'Survivor' not harmed by Pacific quake, tsunami

2009-09-30 07:13:12 GMT2009-09-30 15:13:12 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

A policeman warns Heiko Wiedemann of Germany while he holds his son Maxim next to his wife Stefanie as they wait for a tsunami to hit the main North Shore beach of Takapuna in Auckland September 30, 2009. (AFP Photo)

Destruction can be seen in Pago Plaza in American Samoa after a powerful Pacific Ocean earthquake spawned towering tsunami waves that swept ashore on Samoa and American Samoa early Tuesday Sept. 29, 2009. (AP Photo)

"Survivor" is safe in Samoa.

A spokeswoman for the CBS reality show says no crew members were harmed by the powerful earthquake that struck the South Pacific between Samoa and American Samoa around dawn Tuesday, sending large tsunami waves ashore.

The earthquake, with a magnitude between 8.0 and 8.3, had no effect on the production of the 20th season, which the spokeswoman said was not being filmed at the time.

(Agencies)

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