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Strong earthquake in Luzon, Philippines – May 25, 2017

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Important: Due to too high demand from the Philippines earlier today, the 2 google maps at the bottom of this page crashed.  We will try to repair this as soon as possible.

Update 22:27 UTC:  The Manila Disaster Risk Reduction and Monitoring Office reported no casualties and NO serious property damage.

 

Update 15:41 UTC:  Local Phivolcs is reporting the following bulletin

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Update 15:06 UTC:  As people send us also the kind of shaking they felt together with their written experienced we can report that in average people felt the shaking as moderate to strong with exceptions to very strong shaking (closer to the epicenter)

Update 15:03 UTC:  Seismogram from a seismograph installed in Davao

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Update 14:53 UTC:  USGS now reports a M5.3 Magnitude at a depth of 93 km.

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Update 14:51 UTC:  Based on the experience reports we received, people close to the epicenter were really scared. Shaking lasted however less than 10 seconds which is a good sign. The longer the shaking lasts the more chance on damage

Update 14:46 UTC:  Luckily EMSC reports the depth at 106 km. Less than 50 km would almost have certainly generated damage, now we hesitate to call it a dangerous earthquake.

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Update 14:40 UTC:  This earthquake will normally NOT generate Tsunami waves as the Magnitude is not powerful enough (besides a couple of exceptions, the Magnitude needs to be at least M7 of higher)

Update 14:39 UTC: The degree of danger will be mainly depending on the depth of the hypocenter.

Update 14:38 UTC:  Preliminary epicenter map

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Map courtesy Alomax.free.net – Star: calculated epicenter – Small red dots: possible error margin for the epicenter, the more dense, the higher probability that the epicenter will be in that area. Orange circle: epicenter location error zone

Most important Earthquake Data:

Magnitude : 5.3

Local Time (conversion only below land) : 2017-05-25 22:27:00

GMT/UTC Time : 2017-05-25 14:27:00

Depth (Hypocenter) : 104 km

Depth and Magnitude updates in the list below.

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  • san carlos city, pangasinan – almost 2 minutes
  • Sta. Maria – Very light up and down shake. Lasted only for approx. 5 seconds.
  • Pasig – Shook the bed
  • Nuvali Sta. Rosa Laguna – Strong shaking lasted around 10 seconds
  • Makati – Strongest and longest I’ve felt in a long time.
  • Mandaluyong – Felt by almost evryone situated on the 9/F of our office. Even those on the 2nd floor also felt it.
  • Ortigas – 25/5/2017 Lasted more or less 30 seconds. 15th floor.
  • Clark Pampanga – First time to experienced, so Scary. Our glass door was moving and felt dizzy.
  • Makati – Slightly felt dizzy
  • Angeles – It was shaking for maybe ten seconds and then seemed to stop, but then started shaking hard for maybe five seconds. Then it stopped.
  • taytay rizal – about 10-15 sec my aquarium was broken.
  • Manila – Chandeliers were swaying, mom and i were very dizzy.
  • gapan city – i thouht there is a ghost but omg earthquake
  • Bacoor – My bed shook for at least 5 seconds.
  • Quezon City – 5 seconds of weak tremors, no damage.
  • san jose del monte bulacan – no damage..made the water inside my clear jog still shaking for 5seconds
  • Taguig City – 10 seconds or more
  • Quezon City – No damage nor injury incurred but powerful shakes were felt.
  • Imus City – 1 min
  • Pasig – No damage
  • Hagonoy, Bulacan – Bed shaking..
  • Las Piñas – No property damage. Was lying in bed on the 2nd floor when I felt it for a few seconds.
  • Mandaluyong – Scary
  • Quezon City – I was sitting on the couch when I felt the ground vibrate. I thought I was feeling dizzy. :
  • Bataan – (Wow. I woke up . The earthquake is too strong
  • Bataan – Wow. I woke up . The earthquake is too strong
  • Floridablanca – 10 seconds
  • Pulilan Bulacan – the shaking lasted for one minute. Felt dizzy after the earthquake.
  • Obando, Bulacan – Felt it! Strongest earthquake for me.
  • Cainta Rizal – shaking lasted 6-10 sec
  • Metro Manila – It lasted for 10 to 15 seconds with a very strong shaking horizontally. I can feel it and my stuffs almost fell from my double deck.
  • San Miguel Bulacan – Light shake
  • Makati – I was seating in a ground and felt like someone push me sideways
  • malabon – at least 10 seconds
  • Ortigas Center, Quezon City – It only lasted for only 2-3 seconds but it felt like we were swayed one big time while sitting on our chairs, then everyone’s murmuring.
  • Quezon City – The movement was up and down at first, then strong side to side shaking.
  • Manila – Bed shook
  • mandaluyong – bed is shaking
  • Subic bay – My chair im seating on and standing fan started shaking… It was scary!
  • Imus City – 5 seconds
  • QUEZON CITY – About 5 secs, while sitting on my chair in front of the computer, it moved to the side.
  • Cabanatuan City – 2x lumindol mahina tapos biglang lakas
  • estrella homes 2, caloocan city – bed shook twice
  • Ortigas – It was about 5 seconds. No property has been damaged.
  • manila, philippines – Felt by everyone
  • House – Bed shook pretty scary though
  • Bataan – It lasted less than a minute. Chandeliers are swaying and animals have been distubed.
  • Pasay City – Everyone screams on the first time we felt the shake.. hanging signs were swaying a lot, difficult to stand/walk.. were in a 12th floor office building
  • Manila – It lasted more or less than 15 seconds, my husband and I was playing and we got shocked as we felt the swaying of the building.
  • Tarlac – The whole room is shaking, we feel like rocking.
  • Pasay City – we are on the 10th floor, and the glass doors are shaking
  • Pasay City – shaking lasted for 10 secs.
  • Mandaluyong – it feels like we have swayed strongly 1 time and then it get weaker. we are on the 7th flr. lasted for 10-15sec
  • caloocan – kala ko may mumu tumutulak ng kama ko lindol pala
  • Sta. Ignacia, Tarlac – We thought it was just our cats playing on the roof but a sudden movement of the bed went on which made us run in the hallway of our house.
  • Mandaluyong – Everyone felt the tables and chairs are shaking. Strong shaking first felt about 5secs and series of mild to very weak shaking also felt lasted approximately of 10-15secs.
  • Makati – it lasted only for a few seconds – but i felt it twice. i was alone in the office and my table and chair moved sideways
  • Commonwealth – Bed shaking. No damage.
  • Tierra De Santa Maria Sub-Division – Two occasions of light bouncing of 1 to 2 seconds duration and approximately 2 to 3 seconds apart.
  • QC – 5 SECONDS
  • PASIG CITY – We experienced it for about 2 minutes.we’re so afraid here at the office asking everyone if they felt it too !
  • Binan City, Laguna – about 5-8 seconds, no damages
  • Quezon City Techno hub – Shaking lasted 10 seconds
  • Pioneer Woodlands; Mandaluyong City – It lasted for about 30 to 40 seconds + No Damage but you can obviously feel the bed is shaking…
  • Candaba, Pampange – I felt a huge shake while laying down on my bed. Our antenna vibrated loudly but no damage done.
  • Pampanga – I was about to sleep then suddenly it shake 5-10seconds
  • Pasig City – OSMA Bldg Shaking about 15 seconds
  • Ortigas – 15th flr.. mild shaking. 25/5/017 Hanston building san Miguel ave
  • Dagupan City – 5 to 10 seconds
  • Sampaloc Manila – Around 10:30PM, moderate swaying of side table I was writing on ,and then movement of the room. I docked under a table for a minute
  • BGC Taguig City – about 10- 15 secs
  • Manila – 10 seconds
  • Paranaque City – our queen size bed was shaking and felt the shaking from the floor as well. scary
  • Pasig – On my computer. The table shook sideways. The floor moved. Strong 3 seconds, slowed to 10 seconds. No damage.
  • Muntinlupa City – lasted for 10 secs. here at the 5th fl and all hanging lights are swaying
  • Antipolo Rizàl – I thougth i was just dizzy then i saw our door was swaying
  • San jose – It lasted 5sec. I felt dizzy after.
  • Cainta, Rizal – The earthquake lasted for a few seconds, I was standing when it happened and made me a bit dizzy.
    Keep safe and stay vigilant everyone.
  • BGC Taguig – ten to 15 seconds
  • Sta. Barbara, Pangasinan – I was teaching online that moment when my table and chair shook. I thought I was just sleepy but then the shaking lasted for several seconds. Scary!!
  • bgc taguig – 15 seconds, 11th flr. shocking experience
  • Cubao – We were in the 4th floor in our office when the incident happened
  • palimbang – woke up with a nudge then continuos shaking.
  • Ortigas – Our tarp was swaying strongly shaking and our table and chairs moving. We felt dizzy. First time to experience been working for 5 yrs in this site. So scary
  • Biñan,Laguna – I was watching my favorite show when i Feel dizzy. I thought just imagination but wrong.the ground was shaking.
  • WDV – Ang lakas bes!!
  • Quezon City – The chair I am sitting on really shook and I felt dizzy
  • Dasmarina – I think 5 seconds but not more of 10. I’m in the bed and I felt shaking my head but really very weak.
  • BGC – here we are at 20th Floor. our Computers are shaking and the floor we feel that’s there is wave on the floor ..
  • Tarlac – Before the earthquake, I felt some danger because those Fighting Cocks near our barangay are panicking like something happens. But then I go outside for a check then our wood foundations crackling and felt dizzy after that.
  • Pampanga – We thought it was a rocky road and suddenly realized that we were​ at NLEX Pampanga
  • Taguig – Lasted about 30 seconds. Caused slight damage to walls/ceilings.
  • Pasig – I was lying in bed when I felt my mattress and I were shaking, at first I thought that I just fell asleep and I just experienced sleep paralysis but I realized that I could move. Note: My bed is connected to our floor and its not moveable, thats why I felt it. When I walked out of my room I saw our chandelier-like light was swaying moderately.
  • taytay rizal – We we’re taking phone calls when the earthquake struck, we felt dizzy for a couple of minutes. The monitor was moving for some reason, at first, we didn’t think that it was an earthquake and then me and my colleague look at each other and then that was the only time when we notice that it was an earthquake.
  • Paranaque – Thought i was dizzy. Lasted for 10 secs
  • Quezon city – aroung 15 – 30seconds. The building is swinging. scary
  • Pasig City – We were about to sleep then suddenly my officemate who’s sharing the same apartment with mine, suddenly shouted it’s shaking then I felt like I was cradled in a hammock. Made us dizzy. The dogs barked loudly and pur neighbors went out of their respective apartments
  • Imus City – The earthquake maybe lasts 5-10secs. There’s no property damaged in our place.
  • Manila – About ten seconds, my sofa Was shaking, fruit bowl on the table.
  • Muntinlupa – I was at the office and thought that I felt dizzy, I hold myself to confirm and realized it is an earthquake then I ask my officemate to know if they feel the same. It lasted for about 10 seconds.
  • Meycauayan City – Weak shaking lasted for 5 seconds
  • Valenzuela City – Brief shaking. About 1-2 seconds
  • TAYUMAN MANILA – It made me super scared and super dizzy.
  • Quezon City – I was in the dinning area and all of a sudden our marble table moved. It was a strong shake then immediately followed by a light one.
  • Mabalacat City – Dizzy… It last 15 secs but, no damage.
  • Quezon City – I was taking a bath then suddenly I felt so dizzy and suddenly turns into a strong shake and the water moves as shaking .
  • San Fernando City – Ned Shaking for about 10 seconds.
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  • Quezon City – Strong shaking lasting 10 seconds
  • quezon City – Light Shaking
  • Quezon City – About 7-10 seconds
  • Makati – Woke up from sleep.
  • Pateros Metro Manila – Shaking for aprox 15 secs
  • Quezon city – no damage
  • City of San Fernando – It lasted for 5-10 seconds.
  • San Juan City – It was less than 10secs but strong
  • Mckinley Taguig – Took 10 seconds or more
  • Cubao, Quezon City – I was reading when bed slightly moved
  • Quezon City – The bed was shaking
  • Pagbilao – Mahina ang pag-uga
  • Pampanga – 10-15 seconds
  • Quezon City – My chair moved like it was pushed to the side
  • Las Pinas – it was sort of gentle rock…. since we have a drop light… the shake was evident……
  • Paranaque – 1st shake is strong then the other is slow. Felt for about 10 seconds
  • manla – Table is shaking
  • Cavite – 10 to 15 seconds
  • molino bacoor cavite – 2 to 3 secs
  • Valenzuela – It’s strong. I thought I’m just feeling dizzy. It’s quite scary since I live in 4th floor
  • Clark – were working then suddenly my monitor was shaking.
  • pasig – living on 2nd flr only and shaking was strong. went down to an open space just to be safe
  • Mabalacat City, Pampanga – Walls creeked, coffee spilled
  • Mangino, Gapan City – Felt the shaking and lasted for about 50 secs to 1 minute
  • QUEZON CITY – sitting on my bed, feel dizzy, no property damage
  • Marikina – Lasted about 10 secs
  • Baguio – moving wheeled chairs
  • Dupax Del Sur – Sudden shaking
  • Sampaloc, Manila – No property damage. Lasted for a few seconds.
  • Tarlac City – almost 5 seconds.
  • Paranaque City – Strong Earthquacke. It last for 4-5 sec. No damage on the property
  • Navotas City – It was 2 to 3 seconds quick
  • Benguet – 10 sec or more? felt dizy for a while
  • 6750 – Strong nga!
  • Makati city – We are on thw 27thfloor and i felt dizzy because the whole unit is shaking
  • Taguig City – i felt dizzy while watching youtube, and when I looked around the house, everything was shaking, i’m on the 3rd floor apartment – very scary! let us all pray
  • Valenzuela City – strong shaking about in seconds
  • Valenzuela city – Did not last a minute. Felt my bed swing from my room.
  • Makati – 2-3 seconds
  • Subic – Shaky I thought I just have a headache but its not,,,we go outside the house
  • BF Resort village – Strong 5 seconds. It woke my mother up from her sleep.
  • Baguio City – felt it! its like im dizzy for 30secs.
  • Makati – My airbed is shaking lasted about 10-15 secs
  • Quezon City – Felt slight movement in my chair while I’m sitting on it. We are located in fifth floor of our condominium unit.
  • Riverside Village, Pasig City – 10 seconds of shaking while sitting typing. Then followed by a very mild after shock.
  • Pasay City – The bed moved sideways
  • Cavite city – 5 sec
  • Makati City – scary
  • Pasig City – Something like the sofa I was sitting on, resting on the corner of, becoming a boat. Both of us were swayed back and forth, despite me clinging on the arm rest.
    Some neighbors woke up and went outside. Nothing broken. Lasted like a minute. Still dizzy after an hour.
  • Paranaque – So dizzy. I thought it was the big one. First shake was very strong and sideways. Went down the table.
  • bacoor, cavite – so scary
  • quezon city – we’re on the 21st floor, im pregnant so i just thought im just dizzy, but no my chair moved from left to right. it lasted for about 5 to 10 minutes. scary really
  • Sta. Barbara Pangasinan. – I was teaching online that time when my table and chair shook strongly. I thought I was just sleepy but then it lasted for few seconds! Scary!
  • Makati – its so scary we are on the 12th floor building and the floor was shaking strongly we felt dizzy !!! nakatakot talaga!!! Parang feeling namin may nag push sa iyo eh !!
  • Biñan,Laguna – 5-10 seconds. No damages
  • Taguig – BGC – mejo may katgalan din at Ramdam na ramdam dito sa 20th floor ng bldg. nag gagalawan mga monitor namen.
  • Biñan – I felt it when i noticed that i was a bit dizzy, lasted not more than 5 seconds.
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  • Makati – The ground shook
  • General Tinio – There’s no damage in our area but I felt that my desk is shaking. I hold my computer unit and observe the surrounding and everything looks normal aside from the shaking i felt which last for less than a minute
  • Manila – Lasted for 10 seconds
  • Sta Mesa, V. Mapa Village – SCARY. No property damaged but whole house shook violently
  • Pasig City – table swayed and I got dizzy.
  • manila – no damage but felt a very strong shake
  • Quezon City – Bed shook twice
  • Manila – the tables are moving
  • Makati – scary….
  • valenzuela – i startled
  • Makati – Started low strength at 10:27pm, escalated to strong shaking for about 20 seconds, now 5 minutes after, just continuing to feel small weak tremors.
  • Makati – Strong tremors in an instant for about 5-10 secs
  • Eastwood city – We’re on the 9th Floor and it felt like someone bombed another place then felt the quake until here in our building
  • Olongapo – No damages. But its scary.
  • Up diliman queson city – Less than 2 seconds horizontal shaking
  • San Antonio, Ortigas, Pasig City – 5 seconds no damage
  • angeles city – I felt it
  • Magalang Pampanga – 1st time, its so scary
  • Marikina – just seconds
  • Manila, Philippines – Light shaking lasted for about 1 minute.
  • Quezon City – Mild shaking and at first you couldn’t tell but after a few minutes, it started again
  • Angeles city – shaking in the building!
  • Pampanga – I am sitting and suddenly felt the earthquake. It has moderate shaking but it lasted for about 15 seconds I think.
  • malolos – watch tv with my kids and started to move left to right and told everyone its a earthquake and everyone like no its not until they saw the fish tank water moving
  • Pasig – 5-10s
  • Valley View Royale – my table shook and I felt dizzy
  • Pasay City – Lasted about 10 sec
  • taguig city – 5-10 seconds
  • Manila City – begins with slow light shaking and ends with a very strong shaking
  • BGC, Taguig – in the building
  • Obando – Movement was going sideways, I rated it as moderate shaking
  • Navotas – It’s was 3 sec quick
  • Muntinlupa – no damage. but felt shaking. ceiling squeaking
  • City of San Fernando – Felt table shake
  • Angat, Bulacan – Less than one minute, but twicw
  • Olongapo City – moderateshaking
  • Makati – The chair is quite swaying
  • Pasig City – No visible damage. Shaking for approx. 15 secs. 1st wave strong.
  • Malate – 2 secs
  • Olongapo – probably less than 10 seconds
  • Taguig – Felt shaking for less than a minute
  • Quezon City – May 25, 2017 between 10:20pm to 10:28pm is just 3 seconds only.
  • cainta – It last about 10 seconds. Nothing has been damaged
  • Quezon City – We experienced shaking here in Two Cyberpod, Eton Centris, EDSA Quezon City. It lasted for at least 3-5 seconds. Some of the ceiling of the building makes a cracking sound. No damaged done. God bless us all.
  • Manila Metro – 1-3 second shaking of multi-story condo building at ground floor. No damage.
  • Clark, Pampanga – We were working and suddenly our tables are shaking. Even the doors shook strongly.
  • Imus – 38 Seconds
  • Taguig – No damage
  • Taguig – It lasted around 1 minute and it felt like our entire house is shaking.
  • Quezon City – movement was up and down and swaying from side to side
  • Las Pinas – 4-5 seconds only but it was strong
  • Pasig – 5-7 seconds
  • Mandaluyong – Bit shaky it can cause dizziness
  • Mandaluyong – Mild
  • Mandaluyong City – Bed was shaking
  • Paranaque – light shaking of work table. light shaking of water in containers. doors moving.
  • Macabebe – Its almost 30 seconds or more.
  • manila – shake lasted 3 minutes…did the drill…duck cover and hold…
  • manila – 5 seconds of shaking.
    19th floor of a maybe 25 year old office building.
    It was the effects of the quake in subic
  • Manila – Around 10 seconds, light shaking but was terrific. No damage around Legaspi, Makati area
  • Cabuyao city laguna – 3 – 5 secs. Shaking
  • Makati City – We experienced it for about a minute but less than 2minutes
  • Makati – Lasted 2mins, no property damage
  • Tagaytay – Strong shaking
  • Valenzuela – Shaking
  • San Juan , metro maila – just one strong jerk
  • paranaque – expereince shaking for about 1 minute
  • Baguio City – I felt for around 15 seconds.
  • Taguig City – so nervous now
  • Mckinley Taguig City – that was long
  • general trias – Very slight shaking but able to feel it.
  • Bulacan – Felt very dizzy after earthquake
  • Angeles City – Time 2200hrs 25/5/2017
  • MAKATI CITY – – 1 or 2 seconds shake. hard not to feel it when not asleep
  • Marikina – Chairs were shaking and doors were banging
  • Paranaque CIty – Light shaking was felt. Standfan was slighty swaying.
  • Pasig – lasted about 10-15 seconds. sideways shaking.
  • Bulacan – More than 30 seconds
  • quezon city – scary
  • Bulacan – 10 sec then the last shake scares me
  • Taguig – Shaking lasted for about a minute.
  • Two E-com Center – I thought i was just dizzy… But when i feel that my chair is wiggling, it really is an earthquake. Guys i believe this is just an aftershock on the earthquake occurred in Olongapo Area.
  • Taguig BGC – lasted about 5-10 seconds – on the 20th floor,
  • Bulacan – 10 sec then the last shake scares me
  • Manila – It lasted for less than a minute but it got my heart racing. Our chandelier looked like it was going to fall
  • San Juan – my table attached to the wall moved.
  • tarlac city – Im watching movie in our bedroom and suddenly i feel like shaking just like pushing me by my brother but i found out it is a earthquake and search it fast in google and found this page
  • Paranaque – It lasted for 1 min or more didnt have the count coz its scary
  • Wack wack – Strong but short
  • Muntinlupa – about 2 minutes long. and yet we are in the 13th floor of an office bldg
  • Malolos city of bulacan – Dinner table shaking..no damage..i feel dizzy..
  • Tagaytay City – Mild rocking, very short duration. No damage. In Tagaytay City, 25 May 2017 22:28 Philippine Time
  • Floridablanca – Shaking about 20 seconds
  • Orion – The shaking goes from mild then suddenly strong.
  • Makati – Scary
  • Quezon City – I’m currently at 3rd floor. Felt strong shake ranging from 5 to 10seconds
  • Cainta Rizal – Around 10 seconds
  • Marikina – My bed was shaking while I’m chatting with my husband. I immediately stood up and ask my sister if it is really shaking.
  • Las Pinas City – It lasted for less than a minute but it was strong… Felt dizzy… But no damage at all…
  • Pasig – Around five minutes. No noticeable damage.
  • Los Baños – light shaking lasting approximately 5 to 10 seconds. no damage to property
  • Binalonan – Light shaking while in my bed. I thought im just dizzy.
  • angeles city, philippines – about 15seconds
  • Pasig City – Around 10 seconds
  • Taguig – less than a minute of light shaking. Our PC monitors were swaying here at 12th floor, feeling dizzy after.
  • Rodriguez rizal – Slight shaking but can be felt. Chandelier swung and cabinet shoo for about 5-10 secs
  • Pasay City – We were in the office and we noticed that our pod (computer table) is shaking and that’s when it got stronger and it lasted 20-30seconds. It happened today, May 25 2017 at around 10:30PM.
  • pasig – the building is not shaking instead it’s bouncing.
  • Quezon City – No damage, on second story it felt as if the house swayed, thought I was dizzy. Seemed to last only a few seconds. The streets around me are peaceful.
  • Malabon City – 20 seconds
  • Bacolor – 10 seconds, light shaking, bit dizzy
  • Marikina city – Bedshook
  • Carmona – light Shaking
  • Pasig – 30 Sec. of quake
  • Makati – Felt dizzy, kind of scary
  • Taguig – Shaking last for more than a minute
  • BGC, Taguig – 15 seconds
  • Mandaluyong – Naitulak ako ng slight patalikod havang nasa sahig ako nakaupo, umuga naman ung upuan na inuuuan ng kasama ko.scary kala ko nasobrahan lang kami sa kakalaro at talon
  • Eastwood, Quezon City – We were in the office and suddenly computer monitor started shaking and moving, also water dispenser.
  • Manila – One strong jerk at the start of the quake, lasted for about a minute with light shaking. Roommate was woken up. Might have been exaggerated by the fact that we’re in the 16th floor of the building.
  • Sta. Barbara – About 5-10 seconds. All of us here is shock after that. No damaged.
  • Bataan – Bed was shook. Parang hinehele

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    MMI II (Very weak shaking) ?

    People :
    Felt by persons at rest, on upper floors or favorably placed.
    MMI III (Weak shaking) ?

    People :
    Felt indoors; hanging objects may swing, vibration similar to passing of light trucks, duration may be estimated, may not be recognized as an earthquake.
    MMI IV (Light shaking) ?

    People :
    Generally noticed indoors but not outside. Light sleepers may be awakened. Vibration may be likened to the passing of heavy traffic, or to the jolt of a heavy object falling or striking the building.
    Fittings :
    Doors and windows rattle. Glassware and crockery rattle. Liquids in open vessels may be slightly disturbed. Standing motorcars may rock.
    Structures :
    Walls and frames of buildings, and partitions and suspended ceilings in commercial buildings, may be heard to creak.
    MMI V (Moderate shaking) ?

    People :
    Generally felt outside, and by almost everyone indoors. Most sleepers awakened. A few people alarmed.
    Fittings :
    Small unstable objects are displaced or upset. Some glassware and crockery may be broken. Hanging pictures knock against the wall. Open doors may swing. Cupboard doors secured by magnetic catches may open. Pendulum clocks stop, start, or change rate.
    Structures :
    Some large display windows cracked. A few earthenware toilet fixtures cracked.
    MMI VI (Strong shaking) ?

    People
    Felt by all. People and animals alarmed. Many run outside. Difficulty experienced in walking steadily.
    Fittings :
    Objects fall from shelves. Pictures fall from walls. Some furniture moved on smooth floors, some unsecured free-standing fireplaces moved. Glassware and crockery broken. Very unstable furniture overturned. Small church and school bells ring. Appliances move on bench or table tops. Filing cabinets or “easy glide” drawers may open (or shut).
    Structures :
    Slight damage to buildings with low standard. Some stucco or cement plaster falls. Large display windows broken. Damage to a few weak domestic chimneys, some may fall.
    Environment :
    Trees and bushes shake, or are heard to rustle. Loose material may be dislodged from sloping ground, e.g. existing slides, talus slopes, shingle slides.
    MMI VII (Very strong shaking) ?

    People
    General alarm. Difficulty experienced in standing. Noticed by motorcar drivers who may stop.
    Fittings :
    Large bells ring. Furniture moves on smooth floors, may move on carpeted floors. Substantial damage to fragile contents of buildings.
    Structures :
    Unreinforced stone and brick walls cracked. Low standard buildings cracked with some minor masonry falls. A few instances of damage to buildings of ordinary workmanship. Unbraced parapets, unbraced brick gables, and architectural ornaments fall. Roofing tiles, especially ridge tiles may be dislodged. Many unreinforced domestic chimneys damaged, often falling from roof-line. Water tanks Type I burst. A few instances of damage to brick veneers and plaster or cement-based linings. Unrestrained water cylinders (hot-water cylinders) may move and leak. Some common windows cracked. Suspended ceilings damaged.
    Environment :
    Water made turbid by stirred up mud. Small slides such as falls of sand and gravel banks, and small rock-falls from steep slopes and cuttings. Instances of settlement of unconsolidated or wet, or weak soils. Some fine cracks appear in sloping ground. A few instances of liquefaction (i.e. small water and sand ejections).
    MMI VIII (Severe shaking) ?

    People
    Alarm may approach panic. Steering of motorcars greatly affected.

    Structures :
    Low standard buildings heavily damaged, some collapse. ordinary workmanship buildings damaged, some with partial collapse. Reinforced masonry or concrete buildings damaged in some cases. A few instances of damage to buildings and bridges designed and built to resist earthquakes. Monuments and pre-1976 elevated tanks and factory stacks twisted or brought down. Some pre-1965 infill masonry panels damaged. A few post-1980 brick veneers damaged. Decayed timber piles of houses damaged. Houses not secured to foundations may move. Most unreinforced domestic chimneys damaged, some below roof-line, many brought down.

    Environment :
    Cracks appear on steep slopes and in wet ground. Small to moderate slides in roadside cuttings and unsupported excavations. Small water and sand ejections and localized lateral spreading adjacent to streams, canals, lakes, etc.

    MMI IX (Violent shaking) ?

    Structures
    Many low standard buildings destroyed. Ordinary workmanship buildings heavily damaged, some collapse. Reinforced masonry or concrete buildings damaged, some with partial collapse. Buildings and bridges designed and built to resist earthquakes damaged in some cases, some with flexible frames seriously damaged. Damage or permanent distortion to some buildings and bridges, designed and built to normal use standards. Houses not secured to foundations shifted off. Brick veneers fall and expose frames.

    Environment :
    Cracking of ground conspicuous. Landsliding general on steep slopes. Liquefaction effects intensified and more widespread, with large lateral spreading and flow sliding adjacent to streams, canals, lakes, etc.

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