Thirteen people have been killed and more than 100 are missing after a 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck Taiwan, causing a number of buildings to collapse.

Nine of the dead – including a 10-day-old girl – were killed when a 17-storey apartment building came down in the city of Tainan.

Two others were killed by falling objects elsewhere in the city.

A child is rescued from a collapsed building in Tainan

A child is rescued after the quake

Firefighters said more than 240 people have been rescued from the building so far, and dozens have been taken to hospital.

Authorities say 475 people have been injured in the city, but 368 of them had been discharged from hospitals by late Saturday afternoon.