6.0 earthquake in the Philippines, buildings and offices shake
Strong earthquake in the Philippines: the earth shook with a magnitude 6.0 shock: the US Geophysical Institute reports it on its website. The earthquake was located 4 km southeast of San Mariano, in the Davao region (south), at a depth of 38.6 km.
So far, no injuries or victims have been reported. The Maragusan offices said authorities were checking reports of a landslide on a national highway. “We have not received any reports of other damage or casualties, but we are checking villages around the city.
The offices shook but there was no damage. Earthquakes are a daily occurrence in the Philippines, which lies along the Pacific Ring of Fire, a zone of intense seismic and volcanic activity that stretches from Japan through Southeast Asia and across the Pacific Basin.