PORAC, Philippines- A very strong earthquakes terrorize the people of Indonesia just with a break of 24 hours another earthquake which took place in the country’s north that caused the death of 16 people.
The magnitude of the new earthquake was 6.1 and caused massive outbreaks in the country, the people are still posing happily since they are able to luckily find the survivors after hours of the catastrophe.
Philippines earthquake hits the just day after another killed 16
The U.S. Geological Survey put the magnitude of Tuesday’s quake at 6.4, while the local seismology agency said it was 6.5. The quake was centered near San Julian town in Eastern Samar province and compelled the local residents and the office workers to splash out of their homes and find safety and shelter somewhere.
Fortunately, there were no reports of injury of life after this quake and many people posed happily to conclude a notion that they were acting such to happily find their loved ones beneath the abyss.
In a meanwhile, the rescuers worked all over the night to recover bodies in the remains of a supermarket which was crashed down in a quake that occurred on Monday, causing severe damage and loss to the other buildings and an airport in the northern Philippines.
“The bodies of five victims were pulled from Chuzon Supermarket while seven other people died in hard-hit Porac town in Pampanga province, north of Manila”, said Ricardo Jalad, who heads the government’s disaster-response agency.
A press photographer and video maker saw the dead bodies, as well as the alive humans beings, pulled out of the debris consisting of metal wood and other building materials, the rescuers worked their sweat out in the collapsed building hearing rescue help from the people beneath the debris and ultimately saving them.
The sudden and immediate earthquakes were termed “Unusual” by the Phillipinian seismologists and blamed some local faults to be the cause of the earthquakes.
The Philippines is notorious for earthquakes since it lies above the “Ring of fire” which is a seismically active arc of volcanoes and faults below the sea bed of the Pacific.