Earthquake In Philippines: Strong tremors of earthquake in Philippines, intensity measured at 6.2 on Richter scale

Strong earthquake tremors were felt in the Philippines on Thursday. The US Geological Survey said tremors were felt southwest of the Philippines capital, but there were no reports of major damage or casualties.

Intensity was 6.2 on the Richter scale

According to the US Geological Survey, there were strong tremors of earthquake on Thursday morning. The intensity of the earthquake was measured at 6.2 on the Richter scale. He said that the epicenter of the earthquake was near Hooke and about 120 kilometers below the surface. Also about 140 kilometers away from Manila.

No news of earthquake damage

Explain that earthquake tremors are often felt in the Philippines, but the possibility of major damage is less. The National Disaster Risk Management Council of the Philippines said there were no reports of major damage or casualties, but it was gathering information.

Philippines has been affected by volcanoes and earthquakes

The Philippines has always been plagued by earthquakes and volcanic eruptions due to the Ring of Fire. The Mayon volcano, the most active in the Philippines, has forced some 18,000 people to flee northeastern Albay province.

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