Devastated villagers on Chile's coast are still waiting for relief to arrive.
The tsunami that followed Saturday's earthquake washed away fishing boats and homes up to 2 miles inland.
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An estimated 1,000 boats that stick closer to shore were destroyed, said Gonzalo Olea, a spokesman for Chile's National Confederation of Small Fishermen.
"Now the boats are paralyzed because there's no way to unload," said Carlos Rivas, a boat captain in Hualpen.
Food and water are scarce and villagers are complaining that government help is slow in coming.
Meanwhile, in the hard-hit city of Concepcion, signs of normal activity are returning. The government is giving out food and water and some gas stations are reopening. Residents also attended an improvised mass outside a church.
The government has now revised the death toll to 796.