Saturday, April 08, 2017

Hundreds flee after three strong quakes strike Philippines

Hundreds of residents of coastal areas in a province south of the Philippine capital fled to higher ground fearing a tsunami Saturday after a series of earthquakes on the main island of Luzon.


Three quakes ranging in magnitude from 5.0 to 5.9 struck Batangas province, about 90 kms (55 miles) south of Manila, around 3 p.m. (0700 GMT) over a period of about 20 minutes, said the U.S. Geological Survey.
  [dailystar.com.lb/Reuters]
8/4/17
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  • Magnitude Mw 5.9

Region MINDORO, PHILIPPINES
Date time 2017-04-08 07:09:25.4 UTC
Location 13.79 N ; 120.89 E
Depth 24 km
Distances 91 km S of Manila, Philippines / pop: 10,445,000 / local time: 15:09:25.4 2017-04-08
52 km NW of Calapan, Philippines / pop: 66,100 / local time: 15:09:25.4 2017-04-08
14 km N of Tingloy, Philippines / pop: 2,700 / local time: 15:09:25.4 2017-04-08
5 km N of Solo, Philippines / pop: 3,100 / local time: 15:09:25.4 2017-04-08
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  • Magnitude Mw 5.5

Region MINDORO, PHILIPPINES
Date time 2017-04-08 07:08:01.4 UTC
Location 13.71 N ; 120.92 E
Depth 49 km
Distances 99 km S of Manila, Philippines / pop: 10,445,000 / local time: 15:08:01.4 2017-04-08
43 km NW of Calapan, Philippines / pop: 66,100 / local time: 15:08:01.4 2017-04-08
8 km NE of Tingloy, Philippines / pop: 2,700 / local time: 15:08:01.4 2017-04-08
3 km SW of Talaga, Philippines / pop: 3,300 / local time: 15:08:01.4 2017-04-08
  emsc-csem.org
8/4/17
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