The Bay Area's small Chilean community, made up of roughly 2,500 people, is scrambling to get in touch with loved ones in Chile after last night's earthquake.

Today, Google launched a Person Finder database to help locate and provide information on people in Chile, which is growing by the minute. When Mashable published their post about the Person Finder at about 1:30 p.m. today, there were 3,100 records, and four hours later -- as of this posting, there were about 13,300 records.

Additionally, Mashable has a feed going of Twitpic photos from Chile, and Flickr has a thread as well.