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Dozens Dead or Missing after Philippine Quakes

Posted by feww on February 6, 2012

Swarm of strong quakes leaves dozens dead or missing in the Philippines

A strong earthquake measuring 6.7Mw followed by 3 significant aftershocks and dozens of smaller tremors  struck the central Philippines Negros Region destroying buildings and triggering landslides that left dozens of people dead or missing.


Earthquake Map – NEGROS – CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES. Source: USGS

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  • Negros Island, Philippines.  A strong earthquake measuring 6.7Mw followed by 4 significant aftershocks and dozens of smaller tremors struck the central Philippines Negros Region destroying buildings and triggering landslides that left dozens of people dead or missing.
    • The mainshock was epicentered at 9.964°N, 123.246°E and struck at a depth of about 20 km (12.4 miles), USGS reported.
    • The shock occurred offshore about 17km south of Guihulngan city (Pop: ~ 120,000) and 70km north of Dumaguete city destroying or damaging hundreds of homes and leaving thousands of people displaced.
    • Significant damage has also been reported in the municipalities of La Libertad (pop: ~ 45,000), Tayasan (pop: ~ 35,000) and Jimalalud  (pop: ~ 30,000), all located in the province of Negros Oriental, local reports said.
    • Heavy damage has also been reported in parts of Cebu City (pop: 1 million), San Carlos City (pop: ~ 150,000) and City of Dumaguete (pop:  ~ 140,000).

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