Powerful earthquake hits northern Philippines
The north of the Philippines Friday morning an earthquake hit. There is a magnitude of 6.2 as measured in the vicinity of the island of Luzon.
The earthquake was felt in the Philippine capital Manila. There are offices, schools and other buildings were evacuated. There are still no reports were received about casualties.
According to the Philippine Institute for Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS), there are still aftershocks. There is no warning for tsunami’s brought out. The Us geological center (USGS) reported the first a magnitude of 6.6,.
In the Philippines, Luzon is the largest island of, earthquakes on a regular basis.