Four dead and many injured after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake triggers landslides the northern Philippines
Many victims have been wounded and at least four have been killed in the aftermath of the 7.0-magnitude seismic event in northern Philippines caused landslides in a variety of places and damaged structures.
A magnitude earthquake that is 10 kilometers deep strikes the northern Philippines and aftershocks continue to strike the area
The sound of shaking was heard more than 430km away from the Philippines capital city, Manila
The country is located on the Pacific Ring of Fire, which makes it susceptible to earthquakes
Two people, according to the authorities, were injured in Benguet province. One of them was in Abra province and the other in a region that is not known.
As of now, 60 people have been reported to have suffered injuries.
Hospitals and houses were evacuated following the quake that was violent and was concentrated around a mountainous region of Abra province.
The sludge of cement that fell on him killed one man, and injured more than 25 others, as per officials.