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An Earthquake shook the Southern Philippines

A strong earthquake shook the southern Philippines on Tuesday, triggering landslides and even rockfalls which sacrificed 6 individuals, and even injured in excess of one hundred in a location previously battered by an earlier quake a couple of weeks back, basing on authorities.

“The 6.6 magnitude quake started in a fault around 7 kilometers (4.3 miles) deep, around 25 kilometers (16 miles) on the eastern side of Tulunan, within the district of Cotabato”, pointed out the Philippine Institute of Seismology and Volcanology

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“Approximately 90% of the residence in Tulinan have been affected”, stated the mayor, Reuel Lembongan.

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Amongst the sufferers were a dad and his boy, hammered with stones during a landslide which plunged on the man’s modest farmstead inside the impacted district of N. Cotabato.

To add to the horror, another youngster was seriously injured withing that area, based on the representative of the provincial disaster administration organization Mercedita Foronda.

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In excess of one “hundred neighbors endured personal injuries, primarily small-scale, within the territory,” this individual stated.

A couple of other individuals perished in a landslide consisting of rocks at a community in Magsaysay, within the district of Southern Davao.

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An expecting female perished from the fall of a tree at Tulunan, and a 66-year-old male perished from receiving head injury right after he was impacted by debris in the district of Cotabato Sur, Koronadal, in which 30 individuals were also hurt, no exact number as of yet.

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A number of districts suspended classes until experts can evaluate the structures.

Numerous properties affected by an earlier Earthquake shook the Southern Philippines this month experienced even more damages and were closed to the general public for further examination of any structural failure.

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