Dangerous strong earthquake in Luzon, Philippines – April 22, 2019

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Update 12:16 UTC:  

Update 12:07 UTC:  Preliminary damage estimate from CatNews Dr. James Daniell increased is is now 11 to 58 million US$

Update 11:25 UTC:  The death toll will probably further increase as we receive an unofficial report of 40 death people in a collapsed supermarket.

Update 11:18 UTC:  Clark International Airport cancels flights for at least 24 hours to check on extent of damage after quake.

Update 11:16 UTC:  Picture of a damaged church in Angeles City

Update 11:13 UTC:  a building in Porac collapsed, 20 ppl already rescued, more trapped

Update 11:09 UTC:  We get more and more reports of a collapsed supermarket with many people killed inside. 

Update 11:07 UTC:  We are getting alarming reports of serious damage and even deaths (5 we can confirm with great certainty). The picture below is from Clark’s Airport

Update 10:59 UTC:  Shaking map with possible related damage from the natural disaster specialists at CATnews (Risklayer – CEDIM), Karlsruhe, Germany. Map generated by Andreas Schäfer.

Update 10:48 UTC:  Preliminary damage estimate from CatNews Dr. James Daniell : 8 to 37 million US$

Update 10:38 UTC:
NDRRMC advised LRT-1, LRT-2, and MRT-3 to suspend operations until further notice. All passengers are already unloaded. | via Ghio Ong

Train operations suspended pending checks

Update 10:19 UTC:  Because of the nationwide earthquake exercise yesterday, people have been somewhat prepared to earthquake risks. Next time even more people will participate.

Update 10:17 UTC:  Shaking map 

Update 10:12 UTC:  Dr. James Daniell reports :

Intensity V -San Felipe, Zambales; Malolos and Obando, Bulacan; Quezon City; Lipa, Batangas;
Manila City; Abucay, Bataan; Valenzuela City; Magalang, Pampanga

Intensity IV – Pasig City; Makati City; Caloocan City; Meycauayan and San Jose Del Monte,
Bulacan; Floridablanca, Pampanga; Villasis, Pangasinan; Tagaytay City; Villasis, Pangasinan;
Baguio City; Marikina City; Las Pinas City

Intensity III – Dasmarinas, Indang and Gen. Trias, Cavite; Lucban, Quezon; Muntinlupa City,
Cabanatuan City; Palayan City; Gapan City; Santo Domingo and Talavera, Nueva Ecija

Intensity II – Baler, Aurora

Instrumental Intensities:

Intensity V – Angeles City; Malolos, Bulacan;

Intensity IV – Quezon City; San Juan City; Pasig City; Muntinlupa City; Gapan City; Cabanatuan
City; Tagaytay City; San Ildefonso, Bulacan

Intensity III – Mauban, Quezon; Talisay, Batangas; Guagua, Pampanga; Olongapo City

Intensity II – Lucena City; Dolores and Lucban, Quezon; Dagupan City; Daet, Camarines Norte

Intensity I – Guinayangan, Quezon; Calatagan, Batangas; Magalang, Pampanga; Sinait, Ilocos Sur
interesting distribution

Important : intensities are from PHIVOLCS and in PEIS scale (i.e. add 1-1.5 points to get into MMI)

Update 09:57 UTC:  Professor Max Wyss, who specializes in theoretical prognoses of injuries and fatalities expects : 0 to 200 injured people and 0 to 5 fatalities

Update 09:45 UTC:  Shaking impact on nearby cities and villages and on the population in MMI (Modified Mercalli scaled). 

Update 09:32 UTC:  Local Phivolcs report which expects damage and aftershocks

Update 09:24 UTC:  Based on the present earthquake parameters (Magnitude, Depth, Population, etc) and our experience with earthquake damage impact, earthquake-report.com calls this earthquake extremely dangerous and expects injuries and serious damage

Most important Earthquake Data:

Magnitude : 6.1

Local Time (conversion only below land) : Unknown

GMT/UTC Time : 2019-04-22 09:11:11

Depth (Hypocenter) : 39 km

Depth and Magnitude updates in the list below.


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  • Quezon City – Light shaking
  • quezon cit – 10-15 seconds
  • Pasig City – Moderate shaking
  • Parañaque – Very strong shaking
  • taguig – Very strong shaking
  • Quezon City – Light shaking
  • Caloocan – Light shaking
  • Makati – shaking lasted about 10 seconds
  • Cavite – 4 seconds
  • teresa – 3 seconds
  • Imus – Moderate shaking
  • Pasig – Light shaking
  • Parañaque – it was strongly felt
  • Las Pinas – Moderate shaking
  • Las Piñas City – Weak shaking
  • Rodriguez, Rizal – 30-45 secs
  • Manila – Moderate shaking
  • Caloocan City – It lasted for 10 to 15 seconds. No damage has been made.
  • Marikina city – Weak shaking
  • Sta.Rosa, Laguna – Light shaking
  • Las Pinas – 10 seconds shaking no damage
  • Quezon City – Light shaking
  • Manila – Scary
  • Bulacan – Strong shaking
  • Manila – Moderate shaking
  • Santa Rosa – Est 10 sec
  • Silang Cavite – Very strong shaking
  • San pedro Laguna – Moderate shaking
  • Caloocan City – Light shaking
  • Manila – Strong shaking
  • San Antonio, Pasig City – Strong shaking
  • metro manila – Moderate shaking
  • Macabebe, Pampanga – Felt it just 5min ago
  • Pasig – Very strong shaking
  • Las Piñas City – Moderate shaking
  • ANGELES CITY – Strong shaking
  • Pasay – At least 10 seconds.
  • Mandaluyong – it lasted for more than a minute, water from aquarium poured out, no visual damage on structue.
  • Quezon City – It lasted for more than a minute, the building we were in was shaking.
  • Cabuyao City – Chair started shaking and around 5-7 seconds of shaking
  • Riverside Village – Moderate shaking
  • Manila – 10 seconds, no damage
  • Taguig City – Weak shaking
  • Mandaluyong – I am laying in bed and felt it for roughly 3secs
  • Calamba City – Moderate shaking
  • manila parañaque – 2 secs.
  • Bel-Air Makati – hanging light fixtures were moving pendulum-like, moderate tremor was felt; could still stand up while there was earthquake
  • Angono – 5 seconds
  • Taguig City – Light shaking
  • Paranaque – Strong shaking
  • Pampanga – Moderate shaking
  • Eastwood – Weak shaking
  • MALABON CITY – no damage
    thank God
  • San Juan, Metro Manila – 5 seconds max. Was watching a movie. Felt my seat shake sideways.
  • Muntinlupa City – Strong shaking
  • Las Piñas – Around 15 seconds
  • Pasig – Very strong shaking
  • Marilao, Bulacan – Strong shaking
  • Mandaluyong – A minute or less
  • Olongapo City – Very strong shaking
  • Sta Rosa Laguna – I was typing on a desktop computer and saw it was moving/shaking, i checked around and the stand fan is shaking as well, same with my 4 yo boy who stopped from what he was doing then said mommy earthquake. (he is familiar with such from watching movies and youtube)
  • Las Piñas City – I was lying down on my bed which is located on the first floor. My bed started to shake a little and I saw the door moving by itself. So I stood up and walked outside the room and saw that our laundry rack is also swaying a bit. It only lasted for about 8-10 seconds…
  • Quezon City – Strong shaking
  • Barangka, Mandaluyong City – It lasted around or less than 20 seconds.
  • Pasig City – Moderate shaking
  • Balaton A pulilan bulacan – Im a 12 year old i just felt it at abot 5:15 and mom went down stairs to talk with other people the whole house started to shake but nothing got loose or no windows crack
  • Calamba – 5 seconds
  • Valenzuela city – We felt a light shaking for about 1-3 minutes
  • Manila – IT MOVED MY AQUARIUM
  • Marikina – Everything is still ok
  • Parañaque – It lasted a minute
  • Sunvalley – Around ten seconds, gate swinging, bed moving, car moving lights swinging
  • Calamba City – shaking for about 5-6 seconds
  • Capas Tarlac – Moderate shaking
  • laguna – Strong shaking
  • Makati City – Felt dizzy during the earthquake which lasted almost a minute.
  • Quezon City – The earthquake lasted for about 5 seconds.
  • Makati – Moderate shaking
  • Angono Rizal – Around 5:15pm lasted for about 5-8 seconds
  • dasmarinas, cavite – 4-10 seconds
  • Quezon City – 30 secs?
  • Calamba City – 5-6 seconds of shaking
  • Mandaluyong – more or less three seconds
  • Valenzuela City – 15 seconds
  • Makati City – Moderate shaking
  • Cavite – About 20 seconds. No damage.
  • Valenzuela City – I felt the shake as I was sitting on a chair and confirmed it after our little chandelier swayed. It lasted about 4 to 5 seconds and felt moderately strong.
  • Quezon City – approx 8-10 seconds or more
  • Pasig – The shaking lasted for about 1 minute
  • Tarlac City – Lasted around 10 seconds. No damage.
  • San juan city greenhills – Around 30 seconds. No damage i think. 8th floor of a building.
  • dasmarinas – 5:16 pm 4/22/2019 at least 20secs or more
  • Antipolo City – Light shaking
  • taguig – 15th floor
  • Pasay City – Some passenger at the airport panicked.
  • Antipolo – 10 to 15 seconds
  • Makati – 10-20 seconds
  • Taytay – 5-10 seconds
  • Science City of Muñoz – Light shaking
  • Quezon city – Moderate shaking
  • taguig – it shaked but a very short time
  • San Pedro Laguna – 1-3mins?
  • Caloocan City, Metro Manila – Everything was swaying like you’re dizzy but instead of things swirl around you, you just feel the sway left and right of forward and backward..
  • Carmona, Cavite – Light shaking
  • Pasay City – Some passenger at the airport panicked.
  • Hagonoy – More than a minute of shaking with changing direction
  • Makati – It lasted minutes maybe 1 to 2mins.
  • Makati – It lasted minutes maybe 1 to 2mins.
  • Carmona, Cavite – Light shaking
  • mauntinlupa – Strong shaking
  • Marikina – 20 seconds moderate, no damage but bed was shaking enough to wake me up from sleep
  • Quezon City – Moderate shaking
  • Imus City, Cavite – it lasted approximately 20seconds and I really felt dizziness.
  • Santa Rosa – Around 8-15 seconds
  • Quezon City – Moderate shaking
  • Quezon City – No damage.
    Bungalow type of building.
    Tables were shaking.
  • Manila – While eating,we felt a strong shake as the trees started to sway not because of the wind. We felt the shaking subside, the quake lasted about 20-30s
  • Tala Caloocan – Woke up feeling someone is shaking me. Lasted for more than 10 sec
  • San Juan City – Moderate shaking
  • Muntinlupa City – Light shaking
  • Muntinlupa City – Light shaking
  • CITY OF MARIKINA – Light shaking
  • Makati – This is my first time ever being in a earthquake.
  • Zambales – Strong shaking
  • Novaliches quezon city – Last 5mins
  • Las Pinas – I thought I was dizzy
  • Bulacan – Everything was shaking
  • Trece Martires City – 4 secs
  • CITY OF MAKATI – Strong shaking
  • Malinta, valenzuela – Moderate shaking
  • Bacoor – it lasted for 20 seconds
  • Marikina City – Was playing on the computer. Suddenly I felt a strong shaking and the whole house was like shaking.
  • Manila – Strong shaking
  • San Juan city – 3 sec
  • Manila – Moderate shaking
  • Tarlac – Moderate shaking
  • Marikina – Moderate shaking
  • SAN JUAN CITY – Light shaking
  • malabon city – moderate shaking that can cause panic to people.
  • Makati – At 515pm, we heard cluttering sounds and felt the swaying movement of the structure (we live on 34th floor) and it continued for at least a minute. One of the most strongest swaying I’ve experienced in my last 5 years of staying here.
  • Quezon city – Strong shaking
  • Bacoor City – 4 sec
  • manila – shaking lasted for about 10 to 15 seconds. was in the 3rd floor of the building.. electricity was cut off..
  • Caloocan – Light shaking for 30 seconds
  • Rodriguez, Rizal – At the age of 18 yrs old, It’s my first time to felt that light shaking.
  • Bulacan – Around scale 6/ 2 mins long with slight aftershock/ both lateral and circular motion
  • calamba city – Weak shaking
  • Paranaque – Moderate shaking
  • Makati – Shaking lasted about 10 seconds
  • cabanatuan city – Moderate shaking
  • quezon city – 10 secs. no property damaged, i felt like my vision is spinning
  • TAGUIG – Strong shaking
  • Imus Cavite – I was lying, resting when I felt it
  • caloocan city – Moderate shaking
  • Mandaluyong city – Light shaking
  • Malabon – Strong shake
  • Pasig – 1 minute no damage but shaking is visible to objects at home
  • Makati – 10 seconds
  • Paranaque City – Moderate shaking
  • Quezon City – Our queen sized bed started shaking lightly and then became stronger for roughly 10 seconds
  • Parañaque – 2 minutes of shaking. I thought I was dizzy. But when I check on my aquarium the water is moving.
  • Quezon city – Light shaking
  • Taguig City – Strong shaking
  • makati – Moderate shaking
  • caloocan city – Moderate shaking
  • Taguig – No damage at all but moved all of the household items
  • Cainta – Shaking lasted for about a minute
  • philippines – Strong shaking
  • Makati – 20 seconds
  • Makati – Strong shaking
  • Valenzuela – Light shaking
  • SAN JUAN – I was watching tv at around 5:15pm then i noticed the electricity from the electric fan fluctuated then the ground moved sideways for around 5 seconds.
  • Las Pinas – Strong shaking
  • Quezon City – Moderate shaking
  • Cabuyao City – Moderate shaking
  • Pandi, Bulacan – Light shaking
  • QUEZON CITY – We felt strong shaking around 1721H. It lasted for 7-10 seconds. No damage to our property or nearby properties.
  • Antipolo – 8secs
  • Pasig – Moderate shaking
  • Bulacan – Moderate shaking
  • Pasay – Moderate shaking
  • Quezon City – 1 min
  • PASIG CITY – no damage, shake about 30 secs
  • Manila – Around 15 seconds
  • Taytay – 10 to 20 seconds
  • Paranaque – Strong shaking
  • Cainta – The shaking lasted for 20 seconds, I think? I immediately went out of our home then went back in 2 minutes after it subsided. I checked our walls and there are new cracks near the windows.
  • Makati Ave. – about a minute
  • Antipolo City – 20-30sec moderate shaking enought to sway a stand fan
  • Taguig – Picture frame is swinging
  • Metro Manila – No damages, it lasted about 20 seconds. It was light, however when I was sitting down, I felt movement, (forward and backward) I was facing about the direction of SOUTH WEST. The only things I’ve noticed move were a slight shake of my PC (I was using it at that time), the water in the pool was moving ( there was no current wind at that time, and even if there was wind, the water wouldn’t have moved as much), chandeliers were moving too (not too much though, just slightly). I hope this helps 🙂
  • MAKATI – Strong shaking
  • HDelaCosta II, Caloocan – Approximately 10-20 seconds and It feels like you are standing a public bus.
  • muntinlupa city, cupang – Shaking of 1-3 inches. I was at the 6th floor
  • Quezon city – about 10 seconds
  • Tagaytay City – Tremor lasted for about 2 minutes. No property damage
  • Taytay Rizal – It lasted for atleast 10 seconds, the shaking is a bit strong I saw things literally sway back and fort even my bed.
  • Taguig City – around 5 seconds, no damages
  • Cavite – Moderate shaking
  • Bulacan – 30 seconds
  • Taguig – 5mins shaking
  • Manila – Moderate shaking
  • Bulacan – Standing in the streets, road is swaying
  • Quezon city – 10-15. No damaged
  • Manila – Moderate shaking
  • Quezon City – A minute or two. The ground was shaking. The doors were swinging.
  • Quezon City – Moderate shaking
  • Mandaluyong – Just felt the couch where I was sitting moving back and forth and the window chimes ringing from the movement, about 20 seconds, followed by weak aftershocks.
  • Makati – Light shaking
  • Quezon City – Light shaking
  • bulacan – Strong shaking
  • Bayambang – A light shaking for almost 5 minutes
  • Quezon city – Moderate shaking
  • Cavite – It lasted about 30 seconds
  • Batangas – Weak shaking
  • Las piňas city, BF Resort Village – About 10 seconds, no damaged property,
  • Cabanatuan – Strong shaking
  • Manila – Light shaking
  • Manila – Light shaking
  • Taguig – I felt dizzy. It was around 10-20 seconds.
  • Quezon City – Light shaking
  • Libis, Quezon City – 15 seconds, No Damage, no after shocks so far exactly 5:13 PM GMT+8
  • Taguig City – I’m just sleeping here in our sleeping quarters until the upper where I was at is shaking so hard I thought it was the person below me until all the people who are at the sleeping quarters mentioned that there is an earth quake shake.
  • Taguig City – I’m just sleeping here in our sleeping quarters until the upper where I was at is shaking so hard I thought it was the person below me until all the people who are at the sleeping quarters mentioned that there is an earth quake shake.
  • quezon city – some glass shook, not the chairs though, lasted for about 3-4mins, felt dizzy
  • Makati – 23 floor of Shangri-La had daily strong shaking
  • Malolos City – scary and it takes a long time….
  • Muntinlupa – 20 secs
  • Bacoor Cavite – It lasted 15 seconds
  • Pampanga – Very strong shaking
  • Cabanatuan City – Light shaking
  • Subic Bay – Strong shaking
  • Makati City – more than 30 seconds long of shaking (floor 15), some of our wall had small cracks in it.
  • Cainta – The chair move
  • Quezon City – Weak shaking
  • Cainta, Rizal – Moderate shaking
  • Quezon City – Lasted 30 seconds. Window shades were moving. No damage to property.
  • Pasig City – Very strong shaking
  • Manila – Moderate shaking
  • Pasay City – Moderate shaking
  • Metro manila – Strong shaking
  • ortigas pasig city – about 30 seconds, no damage
  • Quezon City – it was like I’m on a some kind of an amusement ride. It didn’t damage our property though.
  • Quezon City – Bed shaking
  • Sampaloc Manila – It was like around 5 pm, the apartment shakes a little bit while I was surfing on internet in my computer. Just a weak shaking. Thankfully, no damages around our apartment.
  • Makati – 30 seconds
  • Dau – Very strong shaking
  • Calamba – Weak shaking
  • General trias – Sitting in bed and felt it shake for about 4 seconds
  • Makati City – Around 1 minute shaking, no damage
  • Antipolo – Strong shaking
  • LANCASTER CAVITE – Very strong shaking
  • PARAÑAQUE – Very strong shaking
  • Santa maria bulacan – It was around 5:11pm and i was at the 2nd flr of our house. I felt the strong shaking. I’m from the north, i asked friends from the south and they felt it too
  • noveleta, cavite – Strong shaking
  • Quezon City – light swaying of our bed rails.
  • Muntinlupa – Around 10-15 secs maybe. I was lying in bed and felt it shake then i look up to our chandelier and it was obviously swaying. When we went downstairs all the other chandeliers were swaying too.
  • caloocan – Moderate shaking
  • Guiguinto – Started slowly but built in intensity. About a minute of shaking. Some cracks in exterior walls.
  • Quezon city proj 7 – Moderate shaking
  • Makati – Moderate shaking
  • santa rosa city – Light shaking
  • Marikina – Moderate shaking
  • Olongapo City, Zambales – Lasted about more more than 10 seconds.
  • CALOOCAN CITY – 10 to 15 seconds light shaking
  • Bulacan – less than 1 minute I think, the sofa moved back and fourth too. No damage, some light-weight object fell down
  • nueva ecija – happens between 5:20pm to 5:22pm. im not sure about my magnitude rating though. it just mild
  • Malabon – It moved my lampshade. I thought there was something wrong in my head then I realized my couch was shaking too.
  • quezon city – at first it started as a vibration but after 30 seconds it seems it can break a house for a 5 second earthquake
  • Pasig – It started with a slow vibration then became stronger, going up and down and sideways. It lasted for 15 to 45 seconds.
  • navotas city – Very strong shaking
  • Cabuyao – My chair rocks
  • Commonwealth quezon city – A little shock ofcourse
  • San juan – Strong shaking
  • Manila – 30 seconds or more
  • Pasig – We didn’t know what to do so we are thinking about what to do.
  • Sampaloc, Manila – Shocked
  • Jose Abad Santos Manila – It lasted for about 10second, the building’s were shaking.
  • Pasig City – Strong shaking
  • Rizal – Lasted for 10 seconds
  • Binan – Moderate shaking
  • san juan city – Moderate shaking
  • Concepcion, Tarlac – Lights went out. Ceiling shook lightly.
  • Concepcion, Tarlac – Lights went out. Ceiling shook lightly.
  • Concepcion, Tarlac – Lights went out. Ceiling shook lightly.
  • Pateros – Strong shaking
  • Rosario Cavite – The earthquake last for almost 2 minutes.
  • QC – Light shaking
  • Lungsod Quezon, – Moderate shaking
  • antipolo – Light shaking
  • Manila – Moderate shaking
  • Bulacan – About 1 minute
  • Cornell St. Mandaluyong City – 1 minute
  • Malolos – Moderate shaking
  • muntinlupa – Moderate shaking
  • Infanta, Quezon – While me and my wife is ordering in one of the cafeteria in the town, I felt being dizzy and have observed that the chair I am sitting is slightly moving and the small table in front of me for about 5-7 seconds 5:10 pm today
  • Marikina Coty – Light shaking
  • Commonwealth Ave – Very strong shaking
  • PASIG – Strong shaking
  • LAguna techopark, Binan, Laguna – Moderate shaking
  • Bulacan – Around 5-6minutes,no damaged so far
  • manila philippines – no more damaged
  • Mandaluyong – 6 seconds
  • Malabo city – I felt it
  • Taguig – 10 seconds no property damage at house and nearby neighbors
  • Binan Laguna – Strong shaking
  • Bicutan – I felt it for 4 seconds
  • Tarlac – It made me dizzy. It lasted more than 20 or 30 secs.
  • Tarlac – Scary
  • Valenzuela – I was sitting on my bed working on my laptop when I suddenly felt my bed moving back and forth against the wall. Only then I realized it’s an earthquake so knelt down and prayed. It lasted for about 10secs.
  • Quezon City – Mango fruits dropped from the tree
  • Makati – A minute or two. It start weak then we thought it already stop but then a stronger shaking happen which is longer almost two minutes before it stopped
  • taguig – We are at the 10th floor of Venice Luxury Residences. We felt the strong shaking lasted more than a minute. We felt dizzy. My daughter was crying. Everything was shaking lamps, door and windows but no damage. Thank God. We are safe. But this is really scary.
  • Binan Laguna – It last about 2~3 mins
  • Sta Rosa – Moderate shaking
  • Quezon City – Lasted more than a minute. No damage but everything was shaking. Shake was surely felt.
  • Parañaque City – About 1 minute only. Light shaking
  • Tanauan – I felt the shaking for about 20 seconds.
  • Valenzuela City – Light shaking
  • Caloocan – It was shocking experience.
  • Laguna Techno Park – 10 to 20 seconds
  • Taytay, Rizal – 2-3 seconds past 5pm
  • Pasig – I was going On like a normal day until I felt shaking. It was only for about 6 or 7 seconds but I definitely felt it.
  • Taytay, Rizal – 2-3 seconds past 5pm
  • Taytay, Rizal – 2-3 seconds past 5pm
  • Taytay, Rizal – 2-3 seconds past 5pm
  • San jose city, nueva ecija – Moderate shaking
  • caloocan – Light shaking
  • Sta Rosa – last over a minute
  • Olongapo City, Zambales – Nakahiga ako tapos bigla yumanig yung bahay namin
  • Makati – I FELT IT
  • Quezon City – Weak shaking
  • Quezon City – The shaking was intense it was going left right left right
  • Novaliches – Moderate shaking
  • Trece Martires City – Light shaking
  • Trece Martires City – Light shaking
  • paranaque city sun valley – The shaking was from Moderate to Strong for about 3 min
  • Manila – It started with a sound of rumbling like a truck passing by. I was at the fourth floor and the bed was moving slightly. The wooden walls were creaking. The lights flickered at the final seconds of the earthquake.
  • Malabon – Strong shaking
  • Muntinlupa – Moderate shaking
  • Makati City – My family members all felt the light shaking for 10-20 seconds. Like others. I thought it was just the wind. No property damage though.
  • quezon city – im watching brooklyn nine nine when suddenly my house shake when terry talks
  • Nueva Ecija – 4times of strong shaking..
  • Nueva Ecija – 4times of strong shaking..
  • Nueva Ecija – 4times of strong shaking..
  • Marikina – Light shaking
  • Cabanatuan – it lasted for about 5 minutes at most
  • Urban Deca EDSA, Mandaluyong – I think it lasted for about a minute or two. I was in a loft bed and it was shaking strongly. I felt nervous when I realized that it was an earthquake. :
  • Marikina City – (Light shaking. Nothing moved but was clearly felt.
  • Pasig City – Our whole house dhajed violently
  • Sa Juan, Greenhills – Bed was shaking hard
  • Sa Juan, Greenhills – Bed was shaking hard
  • Pasay City – It last less than a minute
  • Manila – 5-10 seconds
  • Las Pinas – I felt the shaking a bit longer and it is quite strong. So far my prroperty is not damage.
  • Binan – No damage. Earthquake was felt at 2nd floor of our company. Those who are in 1st floor did not felt
  • binan city laguna – its keeps on shaking like for a 15-20 seconds and its a strong shaking
  • paranaque – around 20 secs shaking
  • Las Piñas – Moderate shaking
  • Manila – At first, felt the ground is vibrating around 5 to 8 seconds then it stops, then felt an imbalance or slight swinging which lasted for around 10 seconds.
  • Tahanan Village, Parañaque City – What the frok thats scary
  • San Fernando – Strong shaking
  • Sta. Rosa Laguna – Strong shaking
  • Quezon City – 1 minute max.
  • Tarlac – Strong shaking
  • San Mateo – i was lying on the floor, our house is two storey made of wood materials and really old. i felt a slight shake similar to whenever someone is climbing the stairs. i thought it was just my brother being annoying. but then the shaking became stonger and i thought it was my mom hammering something(coz our house is under renovation) that makes the house shake. then she shouted to us to go outside coz there was an earthquake.
  • malate manila – i felt the shaking with in 10seconds then we experience the brownout for 5 min.no damage
  • Bais City (Neg.Or) – The earthquake experience today was like a vehicle total breaking.
  • isabela – halawan lhat ng items namin! 🙈 nakakatakot! keepsafe everyone
  • Quezon City – Light shaking
  • Quezon city – Lasted about 6 seconds. No damage to property
  • San Fernando Pampanga – I though the whole building will collapse
  • Pampanga – Very strong shaking
  • De La Salle Dasmariñas – Very strong shaking
  • Cainta – I felt the earthquake now, i think it is 30 seconds shaking
  • Caloocan City – Moderate shaking
  • Makati City – Strong shaking
  • Cavite – No damages reported. BUt the prolong shakingmade us dizzy. I could say that it is a strong one in more than 30 secs.
  • Tarlac – 5 to 10 seconds
  • Makati – Very strong shaking
  • Bamban, Tarlac – Strong shaking
  • Marikina – I felt it took from 7 secinds to a minute…from a point of view of a worried mother.
  • Olongapo City – we evacuate immediately
  • TANZA CAVITE – I Felt it Tanza cavite around 5:26 Pm.afternoon.
  • makati – Moderate shaking
  • NASUGBU – Strong shaking
  • Imus – Very strong shaking
  • Manila – About 2 minutes—people panicked, I heard some dogs barking, the house I live where is everything is almost 60 yrs old shook violently—but no windows broken or falling debris—It was probablt @ Intensity 8—
  • Pangasinan – I experience earthquake now here ing pangasinan and it took 1 min.
  • Pulilan – I was taking an afternoon nap, I thought my mom was just literally moving the bed then my brother shouted that it was an earthquake. It was the first time I felt that shaking. I experienced earthquake before but it was only a very weak shaking. Thank God no property is damage near us
  • Caloocan – Light shaking
  • Caloocan City – felt the shake from 5 to 10 seconds
  • San jose del monte bulacan – Light shaking
  • MAKATI – Very strong shaking
  • Cavite – Very weak shaking
  • Makati – Strong shaking
  • Quezon City, South Triangle – Maybe about 15-20 seconds. Was not able to count specifically, alarmed by the sudden shaking. In our area, we have water problems, so our container was filled with water. The shaking was about moderate in estimation, and since the container was full, the water was shaken out of it, about 2 inches from the top of the container shook out.
  • PANGASINAN – SD
  • Pasay – Strong shaking
  • Taguig – Strong shaking
  • Muntinlupa City – Moderate shaking
  • Caloocan City – At least 5-10 seconds shaking. Strong enough to shake a shelf full of books and wake a light sleeper
  • MANDALUYONG CITY – Moderate shaking
  • quezon city – Strong shaking
  • Quezon Ciry – 10 seconds, felt dizzy
  • Makati – Objects hanging swinged; felt the floor sway; around 5 secods
  • Pasay City – Strong shaking
  • Quezon City – Strong shaking
  • MANDALUYONG CITY – Moderate shaking
  • quezon city – Moderate shaking
  • IMUS Cavite – Its shakes very strong and it scares us
  • Makati – Strong shaking
  • baliuag bulacan – Strong shaking
  • Quezon City – no property damage, shaking lasted around 15secs
  • Makati City – Strong shaking
  • Bacoor – Very strong shaking
  • Sta. Maria, Bulacan – it was around 40 seconds to 1 minute and the electricity fluctuated during the shake
  • LAS PIÑAS CITY – GRABE!!! SOBRANG NAKAKAHILO!!! MATAGAL ANG LINDOL!!!
  • Quezon City – Moderate shaking
  • Pasig – Weak shaking
  • Capas Tarlac – Was standing outside and felt dizzy. Only thing that fell over was my deodorant.
  • Cavite City – People outside are swaying back and forth. It lasted 2-3 minutes.
  • Makati – Lasted about a minute
  • Binan – Light shaking
  • Angeles City – 10 to 15 seconds with one mild after and one weak after
  • Marikina City – Really scared, coz already experience the 1990 Luzon earthquake struck the Philippines at 4:26 p.m. on July 16. 3:26 p.m. with an estimated moment magnitude of 7.7
  • Dasmariñas – I have a class in 3rd floor. I saw how building is shaken so strong and fast.
  • Subic – maybe less than 10 seconds
  • Quezon city – Weak shaking
  • Quezon City – 10-20 seconds of shaking
    Doors move alone
  • Quezon – One big jolt
  • Pampanga – Very strong shaking
  • Pasig – no damage seen so far
    shaking was like 10secs or more
  • Quezon City – We’re all good, but my dog acts strangely, but so far nothing has been damage i felt like about 5 seconds of shaking
  • Dinalupihan – Very strong shaking
  • Paranaque – felt the house shake with chandelier moving and twisting, lasted for only a few seconds
  • san pedro – Strong shaking
  • San antonio – I thought i was only dizzy but the shaking is strong
  • Paranaque City – Very strong shaking
  • Subic – 30-40 seconds
  • Calamba City – Moderate shaking
  • Apalit PAMPANGA – Me and my baby was supposed to take a bath when the movement came, i tought i was just dizzy but suddenly my neighbor knocked the door and said labas kayo lumilindol.. 😥
  • Apalit PAMPANGA – Me and my baby was supposed to take a bath when the movement came, i tought i was just dizzy but suddenly my neighbor knocked the door and said labas kayo lumilindol.. 😥
  • Apalit PAMPANGA – Me and my baby was supposed to take a bath when the movement came, i tought i was just dizzy but suddenly my neighbor knocked the door and said labas kayo lumilindol.. 😥
  • quezon city – Strong shaking
  • Visayas Avenue,Quezon City – Light shaking
  • Pampanga – I thought my house was gonna collapse over me. My cabinet fell over.
  • Paranaque – An electric post was bent outside the building I was in
  • Manila – 20-30 sec
  • Bataan – Strong shaking
  • Taguig – Moderate shaking
  • Makati City – Building was swaying for about 20 seconds
  • Pasay City – Strong shaking for 60 seconds, with no damage.
  • Mandaluyonh – Strong shaking
  • Bacoor City, Cavite – No damage so far.
  • Lancaster New City Cavite – Our concrete house was swaying and the door that was closed it opened.i felt dizzy and the shaking was lasted 30sec.
  • Las Pinas – Felt it around 5 sec. still it moves my table to my room so hard that my PC almost like it will fall
  • Osan – My heart was shaking when my wife called about the earthquake. Hopefully everyone is ok.
  • ermita – Very strong shaking
  • Quezon City – No major damage, shaking lasted 45 seconds.
  • Pasig city – It shakes for about 3 minutes and our house shakes like a bus.. No after shock but I felt dizzy after the quake
  • Pasig city – Strong shaking
  • Cainta – Strong shaking
  • tagaytay city – chandeliers swayed for at least 1 minute
  • Calumpit. Bulacan – Moderate shaking
  • Makati – I was typing in my laptop. Around 5:00-5:17 pm, I felt a strong shake. Our tv shaked, and my mom thought she was just dizzy. My friends has messaged as well. Those who messaged lived in Taguig,Pitogo and West Rembo, and felt strong shaking as well.
  • masambong/ QC – my computer monitor shakes so hold it.
  • Muntinlupa – It was shaking for 2 minutes,
  • Quezon City – Earthquake lasted about a minute, haven’t felt any aftershocks yet
  • Cabanatuan City – It last for 2-3 minutes but no property has been damaged. We experience at almost 5.08pm
  • Silang, Cavite – we felt the strong shaking for about 15-20 seconds
  • Pulilan Bulacan – 1-2 minutes
  • Makati – Strong shaking
  • Highway Hills – Around 10 to 15 seconds
  • Pasay City – Moderate shaking
  • NAVOTAS CITY – WALLS SHAKES
  • Meycauayan City – Strong shaking
  • San Simon Pampanga – Shaking lasted 30 to 40 seconds.
    No damage to my property.
  • Pampanga – Strong shaking
  • QUEZON CITY – LASTED FOR 15-20 SECONDS. WE FELT DIZZY. OUR OFFICE TABLES WERE SHAKING. EVEN THE FLOORS. STATIC ON ELECTRICITY.
  • Rodriguez – We were sitting down on the bed watching tv when suddenly we felt it shaking…we went out of our house right away and we could see things moving and shaking….quake lasted only about 15-30 seconds
  • Quezon City – Light shaking
  • Quezon City – Light shaking
  • Makati City – Around 2 minutes. No damage.
  • Pasig City – Furniture swaying, ground shaking
  • Taguig – 5 minutes shaking
  • Quezon City – Light shaking
  • Makati – Strong shaking
  • North Caloocan – Lasted for about 2 minutes. No damage but some people felt nauseous.
  • Olongapo – Very strong shaking
  • montalban rizal – Light shaking
  • BGC – Light shaking
  • Paranaque – Strong shaking
  • Visayas Avenue,Quezon City – 2-3 seconds light shaking.lumabas kami from our office na nasa second floor.
  • paranaque – Very strong shaking
  • Muntinlupa – Strong shaking
  • Olongapo City – Shelves at the grocery I was at made rattling noises. Around three ceramic cups nearby fell off their places. Almost everyone inside instinctively ran out and gathered at the main road outside. After a few minutes, lights went off for seconds. It wasn’t that much terrifying for me but for my small brother, it was.
  • Muntinlupa – Strong shaking
  • Muntinlupa – Strong shaking
  • Muntinlupa – Strong shaking
  • Laguna – Light shaking
  • san ildefonso – Strong shaking
  • Sta.Rosa City – There was a sway significant enough that it caused slight nausea. It occured for at least 10-15 seconds then disappeared
  • muntinlupa city – i was napping and it woke me up. it rocked my bed for 30 seconds or so
  • San Juan City – Strong Shaking felt dizzy with light aftershocks around 17:23
  • Jaen nueva ecija – Strong shaking
  • pasig – i think its more than 10 sec of shaking and its strong. like very strong
  • pasig – i think its more than 10 sec of shaking and its strong. like very strong
  • Visayas Avenue,Quezon City – Light shaking
  • Quezon city – Around 1 minute duration
  • Cainta – Strong shaking
  • angeles city – scary
  • cainta, rizal – Strong shaking
  • quezon city – visible shaking no falling objects
  • Meycauayan Bulacan – The shaking lasted perhaps for 5mins, and the furniture was slightly moving along with the shaking.
  • Quezon City – No damage but the cars parked in the garage where shaking from front to back
  • Parañaque – Moderate shaking
  • San Fernando city – More than 10 seconds of strong shaking, luckily no structural damages in our homw
  • Commonwealth – Very strong shaking
  • Quezon City – Moderate shaking
  • QUEZON CITY – Around 10 seconds
  • San Pedro – 20 secs
  • Pasig City – strong shaking and lasts a minute
  • Quezon City – It is frightening.
  • Cabuyao, Laguna – Lights started flickering before the shaking was felt. Appliances were shaking for about 20secs.
  • Cavite – Moderate shaking
  • San Marcelino, Zambales – Strong shaking
  • Angono, Rizal – My heavy glass stand has been moved from its place. I think the shaking lasted for about 30secs
  • Quezon City – Less than a minute
  • Rodriguez, Rizal – Moderate shaking
  • Manila – Very strong shaking
  • Santo Tomas – 2 to 3 seconds No damage
  • Pasay – About 30seconds
  • Manila – Strong shaking
  • Manila – Very strong shaking
  • Las Pinas – Strong
  • Quezon City – Couple of strong shakes, no noise, no damage apparent.
  • Angeles city – I though I was gonna die
  • Banga 2nd, bulacan, plaredel – Strong shaking
  • Pampanga – Strong shaking
  • Pasay City – It lasted for 1 to 2 minutes I guess. Shaking is intense as we felt it here (ground floor) of Maax Building.
  • BGC Taguig – We were at the 12th Flr of St Luke’s Hospital. floor was swaying sideways,
  • Village East, Cainta, Rizal – maybe 1 minute or less, not so sure. no property damage. thank you.
  • SM East Ortigas Avenue – The Strength was enough to make me feel giddy. Felt nauseated. Still don’t know. Am at a Mall.
  • Mandaluyong City – Strong shaking
  • Marikina – Moderate shaking
  • makati – Strong shaking
  • Quezon City – Im so scared my pc are moving
  • quezon city – Moderate shaking
  • Binondo – Very strong shaking
  • Quezon City – Very strong shaking
  • Manila – Lasted about 10-15secs (5:11pm), not aftershocks felt so far
  • Quezon City – It had me swaying side to side for few seconds. Called daughter in Nueva Ecija & they felt the shaking too.
  • CABANATUAN CITY – Moderate shaking
  • San Juan City – I’m terrified. I lived at the 3rd floor, all of my stuff are shaking.
  • Makati City – strong shaking
  • Castillejos – I was worried my house was going to collapse. I ran outside and saw the everything was shaking
  • Telabastagan – 10 seconds
  • Quezon City – Light shaking
  • Manila – it last 4-5 seconds. I was in the office library and multi-media when I felt my computer table is shaking light and I felt dizzy until the shaking was gradually increased. I instructed the school children to go out immediately. I turned off all electrical equipment and the lights. then I grab my back pack and left the library of hospicio de San Jose.
  • Taguig City – It lasted for more than a couple of minutes.
  • Sto.nino, paranque – Very weak shaking
  • Las pinas – I felt the building where I was are really dancing, side to side. I feel like I’m on the boat and the medium wave makes the boat dance side to side
  • Las pinas – I felt the building where I was are really dancing, side to side. I feel like I’m on the boat and the medium wave makes the boat dance side to side
  • Las pinas – I felt the building where I was are really dancing, side to side. I feel like I’m on the boat and the medium wave makes the boat dance side to side
  • Las pinas – I felt the building where I was are really dancing, side to side. I feel like I’m on the boat and the medium wave makes the boat dance side to side
  • Las pinas – I felt the building where I was are really dancing, side to side. I feel like I’m on the boat and the medium wave makes the boat dance side to side
  • Mandaluyong – The pool created strong waves.
  • Imus cavite – I thought that i was only dizzy. I asked everyone around the house if they felt dizzy too. Well it turns out its an earthquake and we hid in a very sturdy table in our house. So far no damage however we are expecting a aftershock.
  • Manila – Light shaking
  • CARMONA, CAVITE – felt it at the 1st floor of a 3 storey bldg, it was so intense and lasted long
  • Paranaque – No property damage; it lasted for less than 1 minute
  • Bacoor, Cavite – No damage but shaking took around more or less a minute.
  • Makati City – Moderate shaking
  • San Fabian – Shaking stopped then shook again for 4 seconds. But not too strong.
  • Silang, Cavite – Light shaking
  • Malabon – It lasted for about 30 sec
  • Manila – Strong shaking
  • Binangonan, Rizal – It lasted for 2-3 seconds.
  • sta.cruz manila – picture frames fell down from its standing position
  • Kaybiga caloocan – it takes 10-20 seconds and it was scary
  • Novaliches, QC – It lasts from 15-30 seconds.
  • MARIVELES, BATAAN – more or less 4 mins.
  • Pateros – 20 seconds shaking, parang inaalog yung kama na pinaghihigaan ko sa sobrang lakas.
  • Taguig – Felt dizzy while having our meeting. Good thing were at the ground floor of SM Aura.
  • Taguig – Felt dizzy while having our meeting. Good thing were at the ground floor of SM Aura.
  • muntinlupa – who cares nobody died
  • San Pedro Laguna – Scary
  • Guimba nueva ecij – 30 second shaking
  • MANILA – No damage to property but shaking for around 30 seconds
  • Valenzuela City – Moderate shaking
  • Dasmariñas City – lasted for about 15 seconds
  • Calasiao – It lasted for about 30s.
  • Taguig – 3rd Floor Office Building
  • Taguig city – When standing up can feel the body swaying front and back. Nothing is damaged.. small crack lines found on the walls of the building.
  • Qc – Light shaking
  • MANILA – Moderate shaking
  • Subic, Zambes – The walls has crack.
  • De La salle university Medical center – It lasted 1-2mins
  • De La salle university Medical center – It lasted 1-2mins
  • De La salle university Medical center – It lasted 1-2mins
  • pacita san pedro – no damage but we felt it from the second floor of our building
  • binan laguna – it lasted 20-25 seconds
  • Mabalacat pampanga – I was in the middle of buying goods and everything fell and everyone was running and shouting. Thank God my kids at home and i were safe.it was around 5:11pm
  • Mandaluyong – Strong shaking
  • manila – i’m on the 7th floor of a 12 story building so it felt like a strong long lasting quake. it felt like at least 6.
  • Bataan – Black out
  • Alabang – around 1 minute of strong shaking.
  • Alabang – around 1 minute of strong shaking.
  • General Trias Cavite – Very strong. Two very strong jolts then swaying back and forth, probably 20 seconds at most
  • Quezon City – Strong shaking
  • Manila – Strong shaking
  • tarlac – 1 minute
  • Quezon City – 6.3 magnitude earthquakearthquake
  • Valenzuela – 30 seconds
  • Las Piñas – Weak shaking
  • Bulacan – No damage/injury acquired. Everyone is safe within the baranggay.
  • Cubao – Around 45seconds
  • Makati – Window blinds shaking, comfort room doors swaying, ceiling panel in the pantry area fell on the floor
  • Mabalacat City – All people in the neighborhood felt the shaking. Heard some of them screaming. We saw appliances shaking. Electric power went out right now. And was awaken by the strong shake.
  • CAVITE – It lasts for about a minute.
  • Cavite – Felt it strong
  • MARIKINA – 5 or 6 seconds! Strong earthquake
  • Manila – Was abt to take a bath when I felt the floor shaking. My daughter who was in the bedroom thought she was having a nightmare, she said bed was rocking back and forth. It lasted less than a minute.
  • meycauayan – about 1-2 minutes, chandeliers and trees were shaking
  • Quezon City – Lasted about 10 seconds
  • Pampanga – Strong shaking
  • carmona cavite – 15 sec of shaking..no damage everyone is safe
  • Cabiao Nueva Ecija – 10 to 15 seconds.
  • Metro Manila – More than 15 seconds, not swaying but rolling movements, window and walls of the building were moving in a circular fashion
  • manila – Weak shaking
  • Cainta,Rizal – Very strong shaking
  • Muntinglupa – 10 -15 seconds… No damage
  • tondo – drowsiness
  • Baliuag – I was confused because my bed is shaking.. i dont know how my baby do that. And then i realise after..
  • Mandaluyong Brgy.Plainview – Trucks & office Bldg. swaying/scary
    Tumayo balahibo ko sa takot
  • Pasig City, Metro Manila – Moderate shaking
  • Parañaque – I felt the bed shaking, then I heard water splashing from the bathroom. so I got up, felt a little dizzy. saw the electric fan shaking as well. so I went outside. it lasted maybe almost a minute? my dogs werent bothered by the shaking though. will still look around the house to see if the walls have cracked or what.
  • Quezon City – Light shaking
  • Caloocan City – Moderate shaking
  • Pasig City – The Tower is shaking mildly. The quake started at 17:11 (+8) and lasted for a while. No damage to our property but very scary.
  • San juan – Strong shaking
  • Laguna – 30 secs. No damage
  • Pasay City – Very Strong Shaking!
  • Taguig – Strong shaking
  • Quezon City – Nope
  • Quezon city – we were in the hospital when it started shaking and everyone started to stand up and went down stairs
  • Quezon city – we were in the hospital when it started shaking and everyone started to stand up and went down stairs
  • Quezon city – we were in the hospital when it started shaking and everyone started to stand up and went down stairs
  • Manila – Lights went on/off, lasted about 20 seconds
  • Manila – Lights went on/off, lasted about 20 seconds
  • Manila – Lights went on/off, lasted about 20 seconds
  • Molino – Strong Shaking Kabayan
  • quezon – Around 30s
  • Pasay City – Very Strong Shaking
  • makati – grabe patay sindi ang ilaw
  • Pasig City – Strong shaking
  • Quezon city – It woke me up
  • Apalit, Pampanga – First I thought that they are just playing causing the plywood floor to shake, then it intensifies, electricity is out and i heard people shouting. When I got out its still shaking then our neighbor bump her head on the wall causing her to bleed to much, she is now being treated in rhe nearest facility. (she’s a senior)
  • quezon city – Light shaking
  • Quezon City – Strong shaking
  • bacoor cavite – Strong shaking
  • Antipolo – Moderate shaking
  • Meycauayan – Light shaking
  • Manila City – We have a small gong in the condo (we are on the 16th floor) and it kept chiming because the quake kept making it swing against the wall, there was lots of cracking noises in the walls and ceiling. Nothing fell over but most items have inched away from their original place. Then even after the quake stopped, there was still some cracking noises.
  • Makati – Well,it almost incited a panic attack. Second strongest quake that I felt. Luzon 1990 earthquake survivor here
  • pasay – Moderate shaking
  • manila – Very strong shaking
  • Manila – All felt it and until now I still fell my head spining.
  • Manila – All felt it and until now I still fell my head spining.
  • Manila – All felt it and until now I still fell my head spining.
  • Binangonan – I’m in my terrace house then i felt the shake, I saw also my son’s house nearby is shaking
  • Bagong silang caloocan – Moderate shaking
  • Culiat, QC – Moderate shaking
  • Calamba – Weak shaking
  • mabalacat city pampanga – aprox 5:14pm
  • Bacoor – Na
  • Cavite City – Felt like for 3 mins straight and it’s so strong I have to hold to the gate to keep my balance.
  • BALANGA CITY – Very strong shaking
  • Makati – Very Strong Shaking
  • Quezon – 1-3 minutes, dizzying
  • Mabalacat City – It was so strong that cracks appeared on our walls
  • Mabalacat City – It was so strong that cracks appeared on our walls
  • Pasay – Less than a minute
  • San Pedro – Strong shaking
  • Olongapo City – Slight damage.
  • Imus cavite – I was feeling dizzy and thought it was normal i asked everyone around me and said its an earthquake and we hid under a table. Thank god no damage but still expecting an aftershock.
  • Imus cavite – I was feeling dizzy and thought it was normal i asked everyone around me and said its an earthquake and we hid under a table. Thank god no damage but still expecting an aftershock.
  • Marietta Romeo Village – Our ceiling fan was swinging side to side. It lasted for about a minute.
  • Pampanga – Very strong shaking
  • Malolos city – Strong shaking
  • CAVITE – Strong shaking
  • Angeles City – The ground was shaking so hard several appliances tumbled it lasted about 20 secs. Really scary made me a bit dizzy
  • Pasay – Strong shaking
  • Baguio City – Very weak shaking
  • Calamba City, Laguna – Moderate shaking
  • Cavite – Strong shaking
  • Marikina City – Moderate shaking
  • Quezon City – right now i believe its aftershocks but it’s been shaking every 15 mins
  • Dasmariñas City, Cavite – Very strong shaking
  • city of san fernando pampanga – Grabe mabilis pero sobrang lakas.. may mga nabasag na gamit
  • Lian Batangas – strong shakes which continued for an uncomfortably long period of time
  • Anabu 2A Imus Cavite – Anabu 2A Imus cavite very strong shaking about 15-30 seconds and I felt dizziness.Thank God no damage.
  • Colgante – More than 20 seconds, massive shake up.
  • Rodriguez, Rizal – Strong shaking
  • Antipolo City – Strong shaking in 30 seconds
  • Valenzuela City – Strong shaking
  • San jose city – Strong shaking
  • San jose city – Strong shaking
  • CAPAS – I FELT THE TREMBLE FROM MY FEET THEN FEW SECONDS EVERYTHING AROUND ME IS SHAKING. OUT HOUSE GATE RATTLED. IT WAS SOS STRONG, THE LAST TIME I HAVE EXPERIENCED THIS IS BACK IN 1991
  • Clark Global City – Glass-shattering kind of shaking.
  • Lucena City – I was on my way home then I suddenly felt dizzy, then my hubby texted me that there’s an earthquake.
  • caloocan – make the cars shake…the power shut down..
  • binan – About a minute. No damage
  • Calamba – Moderate shaking
  • mall of Asia – Less than a minute, I thought I was going dizzy.
  • Quezon City – Moderate shaking
  • Taguig – Felt dizzy while having our meeting. Good thing were at the ground floor of SM Aura.
  • Gapan City – 25 seconds
  • Solano nueva vizcaya – Moderate shaking
  • Solano nueva vizcaya – Moderate shaking
  • Pasay – Strong shaking
  • Manila bay – No damage
  • Subic Bay, Zambales – Very strong shaking
  • Caloocan – 5-10mins
  • Imus, Cavite – It was at 5:40 in the afternoon, I was at my bedroom and it was shaking suddenly, i felt dizzy
  • Pasay City – The shaking lasted for a minute. There have been several buildings that swayed horizontally.
  • cabuyao – 5-10 seconds. although di ramdam kasi nakatayo ako
  • Parañaque – Very strong shaking
  • Quezon City – Nakakahilo. Mejo mas mlakas sya sa dating lindol na naramdaman ko.
  • Pinagbuhatan pasig – All the while I thought someone is shaking my bed. I got up and saw that everything is shaking.I told my children to vacate the building right away.
  • BONIFACIO GLOBAL CITY – OH MY GOD I FELT SO DIZZY WHEN IT WAS HAPPENING MY MOM EVEN CRIED
  • quezon city – Moderate shaking
  • Pasig City – 1 minute of strong shaking. First 15 secs was up and down.. then left and right.
  • Quezon City – Medyo malakas kapag sa mataas na floor, nakakakaba lalot my kasamang bata
  • Quezon City – Medyo malakas kapag sa mataas na floor, nakakakaba lalot my kasamang bata
  • Manila – I thank God it was over..it was scary!
  • Pasig City – It was like 3 to 5mins shaking. We did duck and cover until the shaking stops. Then went out of the building.
  • Makati – Moderate shaking
  • sta rosa city – Light shaking
  • talavera, nueva ecija – Strong shaking
  • Quezon City – it was dizzying. pendant lights swung. ceiling was reeking.
  • Carmona – Moderate shaking
  • Caloocan – Moderate shaking
  • Biñan – Felt dizzy after.
  • Ayala alabang muntinlupa – Earthquate was felt on the first floor. It was strong but short. Less than a minute, but it left my aquarium water rocking for a good 5 or 10 minutes after the quake.
    So far no aftershock.
  • Manila – The shaking took only 5-15 seconds but you rarely felt it.
  • Paranaque – Weak shaking
  • sta cruz manila – around a minute no damage but some buildings have crack
  • Tarlac City – No damages.
  • Baguio City – Light shaking
  • Mandaluyong – Moderate shaking
  • Quezon City, Philippines – About 15 seconds maybe, easy to notice, made the ceiling light sway around
  • Baguio City – Light shaking
  • Pulilan – Light shaking
  • Guiguinto – Thank God all of the employees in our company will saved Jesus is alive when have the disaster.
  • San Pedro City – 3-5 seconds
  • STA.ROSA LAGUNA – 10 SECONDS OR MORE
  • Quezon city – Strong shaking
  • Pampanga – Strong shaking
  • Valenzuela – Moderate shaking
  • taguig – Strong shaking
  • Antipolo City – Strong earthquake that lasted for 5-8 seconds. No structural damage visible.
  • Cavite, Bacoor – All of the people in the mall seemed to feel it because all of the epople went outside of the mall and my friends told me there was an earthquake while they are in Quezon City and I am at Cavite
  • Tagaytay – Moderate shaking
  • quezon city – Moderate shaking
  • Baliwag – Nakakahilo
  • Taguig – A bit dizzy from almost 20sec earthquake.. Felt from 22nd flr
  • Dasmariñas – Very strong shaking
  • Quezon City – About 30 seconds, moderately, things were jumping
  • PATEROS – Less than 120 seconds, No damages.
  • Biñan City – Our computer pc is shaking lightly and we feel the guilt in our floor so we do the duck, cover and get inside the table.
  • Marilao – Moderate shaking
  • Pasig – Strong shaking
  • Caloocan city – No damage , but still our car moved little .. Feeling scared..
  • San Ildefonso – Maybe 2 minutes. No damage
  • Pasig City – I thought there’s a ghost under my bed because of the shaking so I ran downstairs only to find out it was an earthquake
  • Pasig City – I thought there’s a ghost under my bed because of the shaking so I ran downstairs only to find out it was an earthquake
  • Manila – It was an experience .
  • telstra bldg – it was scary it lasted for 30 -40 seconds we are here in telstra building moa 14th floow
  • Quezon City – Earthquake lasted for like 4-5 secs. At around 5:30 pm ph time.
  • Las Piñas City – Mga 30 segundo siguro bago matapos Keep Safe mga kapamilya,kapatid,kapuso
  • Mandaluyong – Caused me headache,visible cracks were produced
  • Makati – Strong shaking
  • San Fernando, Pampanga – Very strong shaking
  • Paombong, Bulacan – Shaking strongly felt. Almost a minute or more of mild to strong shaking before it stopped. Luckily there are no damages to our properties.
  • Quezon City – Cradled
  • Pasay – Strong shaking
  • Bacoor – Strong shaking
  • Cabuyao, Laguna – 10 seconds
  • Cavite – Moderate shaking
  • Valenzuela City – Moderate shaking
  • Guimba Nueva Ecija – Felt by everybody, fixtures and small chandelier swayed. Lasted about almost 1 minute
  • Guimba Nueva Ecija – Felt by everybody, fixtures and small chandelier swayed. Lasted about almost 1 minute
  • Pateros, Metro Manila – It lasted for about a minute, no damage
  • Manila – Strong shaking
  • Cavite – Strong shaking
  • Diliman qc – 10-30 seconds
  • Quezon city – Around 20-30 seconds. There were small cracks on the wall added. I felt nauseated after the earthquake.
  • San fernando City La Union – Light shaking
  • Angeles City – It is a strong one because i even felt the and see our house is shaking and at first of the earthquake it feels like theres a big truck passing in roughway and its getting stronger until I realized that it is an earthquake and went outside and saw the statue of our Marry fell down and thats it
  • Makati – Lasted for several minutes. Everyone here felt nauseated. Chandeliers and suspended lights were all swaying for more than 10 minutes.
  • Quezon city – it was strong but not too strong, I was in my kama when it moves and my electric fan on the floor move and so as my walls(it’s wood)
  • san jose del monte – this is the first time i feel the earthquake in my entire life
  • Malolos – Mga 1 minute po
  • San Juan City, Metro Manila – it was like 3 bouts (increasing in strength) for a total of equal or more than 10 seconds.
  • Quezon city – Light shaking
  • Caloocan – Windows moving threatening to break the glass…if it did not stop items will start falling.
  • Caloocan – Windows moving threatening to break the glass…if it did not stop items will start falling.
  • Sta. Rosa – Moderate Shaking (5-15 secs) followed by Light Shaking (20-30 secs)
  • Taguig – Strong shaking
  • Paco, Manila – Scared but need to be strong…sobrang lakas ng lindol tpos dalawa lng kmi ng anak ko s bahay
  • Sta. Maria Bulacan – Weak shaking
  • Taytay Rizal – I was in our room on 2nd floor, while lying on bed i felt shaking that last for about 10-15 seconds.
  • Taytay Rizal – I was in our room on 2nd floor, while lying on bed i felt shaking that last for about 10-15 seconds.
  • Mabalacat, Pampanga – Lasted 15 seconds.
  • Pasig City – Very strong shaking
  • san jose city, nueva ecija – Moderate shaking
  • Makati – Strong shaking
  • Makati – Nakakatakot
  • Cavite city – About 1.5 minutes
  • Quezon City – Moderate shaking
  • Cainta – Very strong shaking
  • biñan city – Strong shaking
  • MARIKINA – Working then suddenly shakes
  • Quezon city – Light shaking
  • Makati – Strong shaking
  • Valenzuela – It felt like magnitude 6 and lasted for a minute
  • Paranaque – It lasted probably 10 to 20 seconds was strong enough to cause the building to make noises and me to put on some shoes just in case it went further and i had to bail
  • Makati – Very strong shaking
  • Angeles City – Was in SM mall in Angeles City; knocked over some shelving and chunks of ceiling plaster. Power out. Not terribly bad, freaked people out. 20 minutes ago
  • Muntinlupa City – at least 6 or 7 seconds shaking
  • valenzuela city – Light shaking
  • valenzuela city – Light shaking
  • Mandaluyong City – Lasted atleast 10 – 15 seconds, no structural damage visible
  • Benguet – Moderate shaking
  • Castillejos, Zambales – Shaking was so strong, all our drawers opened & left a body-swaying after-effect.
  • San Fernando, Pampanga – Sudden very strong shaking. Stemmed candle holders on top of dining table fell and broke. Happened today 22 April 2019 at around 5:10 pm.
  • MANILA – Moderate shaking
  • Taguig – I was sleepy then I was in the room when I felt something up and down not really that strong. I was going to ask my mom of what is happening then the real thing started the whole building started swaying side to side so strong we went down. What I think it was for maybe 1 minute.
  • Pasig – The aftershock felt circular
  • cavite city – Light shaking
  • Malolos, Bulacan – It lasted only for a few minutes (one minute, maybe) because it started probably at 5:11-5:12 pm because I looked at the time the moment it stopped it says there 5:13 pm…stay safe guys
  • Comillas, La Paz, Tarlac – Strong shaking
  • Manila – Strong shaking
  • Quezon City – 10-15 seconds shaking. The intensity was felt more in the upper floors
  • Makati city – A debri falls from Rufino Pacific Tower in from of Jollibee.
  • Manila – Strong shaking
  • Pque – Moderate shaking
  • Manila – It was a strong shaking, it was shaking for about one to three minutes. Everything was moving, and most of my things fell to the floor.
  • Caloocan – Well, its just the floor of our apartment has shaken but thats all
  • Taguig City – Strong shaking
  • Pasig – It lasted for about a minute I felt the shaking real hard the water in our containers were already spilling over.
  • Bulacan – Strong shaking
  • Pasig – Strong shaking, especially were here at the hospital
  • makati – Strong shaking
  • Manila – Strong shaking
  • Makati – Around 4-5 secs very strong
  • Pampanga – Strong shaking
  • Angeles City – Strong shaking all cabinets opened things falling from shelves, lost all power
  • Angeles City – Strong shaking all cabinets opened things falling from shelves, lost all power
  • Nuvali – All my co-workers said that they saw hanging things swaying that moment, as for me, I never felt it as I was in the wash room brushing my teeth..
  • Taguig City – Moderate shaking
  • PASIG CITY – Strong
  • Valenzuela – felt the floor swaying same as the door, glass of water, etc.. felt dizzy habang nag-eearthquake and after
  • Marikina – Moderate shaking
  • Quezon City – The bed shaked around 10-30 seconds
  • Quezon City – The bed shaked around 10-30 seconds
  • Sto Tomas Batangas – Felt the shaking of ground, chair on which I was sitting, dining table and saw one cabinet shaking. Lasted for about 15 sec
  • parañaque city – Very strong shaking
  • Las pinas – Moderate shaking
  • Pasig City – Strong shaking
  • Pasig City – 1 minute
  • parañaque city – 5 minutes
  • Cavite, Dasmariñas – It lasted about 3-5 minutes, I posted about it on my YT channel (Kizumi San) I thought I was dizzy but it turns out I wasn’t, I hope everyone is safe!
  • Cainta – Strong shaking
  • Makati City – 10 seconds
  • Rizal, Cainta – I was babysitting a sleeping baby, my brother, when the bed started to rock like crazy. I thought of waking my brother and doing the duck, cover, hold, but the shaking made me feel dizzy, and I was unable to do it properly with the child. It was felt even on the third floor, where I was.
  • Salcedo Village, Makati City – On 3rd level of building. Light shaking.
  • Quezon City – 15 seconds or more
  • Mandaluyong – Moderate shaking
  • San Juan City – Was standing washing pans when I felt dizzy for a minute.
  • Makati – Moderate shaking
  • Castillejos – Strong shaking for 15 seconds no damage
  • Dasmarinas – Strong shaking
  • Quezon City – Lasted for 10 secondd then there was a power outage. MMI V though no structural damage nor breakage or falling of any fixtures inside the house.
  • taguig – we were all instructed to leave the building and gathered in the safety zone assembly
  • Tambo Parañaque – 5-10 secs
    It was not so strong at first but the shaking built up to its strongest impact.
  • Makati – Very strong shaking
  • Bulacan – Strong shaking
  • Pasay – A bit after 5 pm sudden shaking losing balance lights swaying. Last about 15 to 30 seconds.
  • Quezon city – Moderate shaking
  • Sison (28) – Moderate shaking
  • Quezon City – @ 40th floor it was intense, don’t know about those on the ground floor, it felt like it was more than 10 secs.
  • Angeles City – Very strong shaking
  • Marikina City – No damages were incurred but the fear… Still here. :
  • Taguig – (No damage to property so far. It lasted more than a minute and it was quite strong.
  • Mabalacat – Was very long. Around 10 seconds
  • Pasig – We live at the 6th floor and felt strong shaking for about 10 seconds.
  • Caloocan – Light shaking
  • Angeles City – Strong shaking
  • Angeles City – Strong shaking
  • Makati – Moderate shaking
  • Taguig City – Strong shaking, difficult walking. No damage to home.
  • Imus, Cavite – On my pc when i felt objects shaking.Thought i was just dizzy.
  • Pulilan Bulacan – 10sec
  • Taguig – lasted for about 30 seconds and moderate shaking of the bed and other light fixtures
  • Manila – Scary, light posts were swaying and cars were rolling back and forth.
  • Pasig – Moderate shaking lasting about 10-15 seconds, no damage found.
  • Mandaluyong City, Philippines – TOO Shocking Need Some help ttyl
  • Muntinlupa – just woke up,thought I was just dizzy because my bed was moving but then i realized its earthquake because our house is shaking.
  • makati – Strong shaking
  • Lubao Pampanga – Strong shaking
  • Quezon City – I don’t normally feel quakes in my basement apartment. This one was felt for just about 8-10 seconds.
  • Angeles – The quake was so strong it woke me up. Electricity is out. Its strength reminds me of the 1990 quake I experienced when I was in La Union province.
  • Angeles – The quake was so strong it woke me up. Electricity is out. Its strength reminds me of the 1990 quake I experienced when I was in La Union province.
  • Quezon City – Moderate shaking
  • Pasay City – Matagal e..
  • Cabuyao – Moderate shaking
  • manila – Moderate shaking
  • Town and Country Executive Village – Moderate shaking
  • Bulacan – No damage. Lasted for 1-2 minutes.
  • Bulacan – No damage. Lasted for 1-2 minutes.
  • Bulacan – No damage. Lasted for 1-2 minutes.
  • Makati – Scary
  • Cabuyao City – Moderate shaking
  • Quezon City – From the time I felt that the ground is shaking until i felt it stopped, it was estimatedly 30secs overall. Our house wasnt damaged and people with me are all safe. Hope other people out there are also safe.
  • San Jose Del monte City, Bulacan – About 90 seconds
  • BGC Taguig – Strong shaking
  • Santa Rosa, Laguna – Light-to-moderate shaking, lasted about fifteen to twenty seconds. No visible damage to structures.
  • Antipolo – Moderate shaking
  • Makati – Light shaking
  • Cabanatuan City – Light shaking
  • Quezon city – Nakakahilo sobra,
  • Quezon city – Nakakahilo sobra,
  • Quezon city – Nakakahilo sobra,
  • mexico pampanga – 10sec shaking, no damage. scare experiance (im a Duchtguy living in Ph. and it was my first time experience.
  • Navotas City – I saw the electric cable swinging and the house is shaking.
  • Malolos, Bulacan – 45 seconds to almost 1 minute. No visible cracks on the walls but everything was shaking and caused dizziness.
  • mandaluyong – i was in my desk and it was shaking /im feeling so dizzy until now .
  • Bulacan – Very strong shaking
  • Makati – I was shookt
  • Quezon City – 5-10 econds
  • Cavite – Moderate shaking
  • QUEZON CITY – Strong shaking
  • bulakan, bulacan – i guess it last more than a minute, we are inside the office at second floor
  • Ortigas, Pasig – I was having an online class while the earthquake happened, I thought someone was just pushing my chair from behind then I realized, it’s really an actual earthquake because I saw the desk was moving too. I checked the recorded video again after the class and discovered it actually happened for 15 seconds. :
  • Paranaque City
  • Imus, Cavite – Light shaking
  • San Mateo Rizal – around 10 seconds
  • makati – Light to Moderate shaking lasted 15 seconds
  • Malabon – 30 sec
  • Subic zambales – Moderate shaking
  • Makati City – About 20 to 30 secs. I feel down my bed
  • Taguig Metro Manila – Strong shaking
  • Olongapo City – About 10 seconds. On 25th storey. Fixtures in office swaying and building felt like it was swaying from side to side .
  • Aurora Hill – Strong shaking
  • Macabebe – It lasted for almost a minute. It made me dizzy. All hanging merchandise were swaying.
  • VALENZUELA CITY – That was so scary .
  • makati – Very strong shaking
  • biñan laguna – Strong shaking
  • Metro Manila – five seconds ground shaking
  • UP-Ayala Land Technohub, Quezon City – 2-3 minutes 17:12, i was in the 42nd floor and it was such a strong shaking – in the stairway was some cracks in the wall and some parts of the Fassade fall. Scary
  • OLONGAPO – 10-15 seconds shaking.
  • Dasmarinas Cavite – I was brosing on my laptop together with my bro, when i and my brother felt the strong shaking, maybe it lasted for about 20-25 secs.
  • Castillejos – approximately 10 seconds
  • Manila – 5-8 seconds of intense shaking on the second floor. Chair at the table fell over.
  • Imus city – Moderate shaking
  • Pasay – Strong shaking
  • Calamba – 5 to 6 sec.. inside 12th floor building. hanging signs and wall clock sways a lot and some fell.
  • Taguig city – Light shaking
  • Manila – Strong shaking
  • Rosales, Pangasinan – Strong shaking
  • Las piñas – 15-20 seconds
  • Pasay city – About 30 seconds.. I was in the 6th floor of a very tall building.. I could feel everything swaying and shaking for a few seconds, about 30secs
  • Marilao, Bulacan – This is my first time i experience strong earthquake, 1-3 minutes. Our condo is not damage. We are now safe.
  • Quezon City – I was in our bathroom taking a bath when my dad suddenly go out of our room and shout at me calling me saying ” earthquake… Earthquake “. then that moment I heard a loud roaring underneath our house I stop for a while, water from the drum and the wooded and the glass doors was started banging. But lucky we are no body was hurt.
  • Quezon City – Moderate shaking
  • Makati – Moderate shaking
  • Quezon City – Strong shaking
  • Makati City, Metro Manila – Light shaking
  • San Pedro Laguna – Lasted for 15 secs. No aftershock felt. Colleagues in higher office bldgs reported longer shaking/swaying.
  • Caloocan City – it lasted about 25-30 seconds. chandeliers are swaying.
  • Malate, Manila – No damage yet, but the shaking is too noticeable for my sleeping ass. I don’t know how long it happened, but everyone in our neighborhood is definitely alarmed.
  • Taguig City – It was really strong. I was in the library 6th floor of the building and I can see that the book shelves are really shaking like a wave in sea. I was kind a afraid but manage to stay calm.I was worried knowing that I have students with me inside. After the earthquake, I noticed that my cabinet doors were opened already.
  • Cabanatuan – 1-2 mins.
  • Cabanatuan City – The shaking lasted for about 15-20 secs. I felt it while lying in my bed with my daughter.
  • San jose city – 15-20 secs
  • Bulacan – Moderate shaking
  • Mandaluyong – My report was accidentally added at Quezon City area.
  • Imus – The shaking made me dizzy. My work station shook . It lasted for about 1-2 minutes
  • Tandang Sora Quezon City – Moderate shaking
  • quezon City – Power fluctauated, lights on and off then the shaking starts that lasted 15-20 seconds. No damaged properties.
  • San pablo Dinalupihan Bataan – Strong shaking
  • Paranaque – About 30 seconds shaking, slightly damaged. Extreme shaking!
  • Sto. Tomas – 25-30 sec walls and desktop shaking (at work)
  • Manila – Strong shaking
  • Silang cavite – Strong shaking
  • manila – Moderate shaking
  • Manila – Strong shaking
  • Makati City – It lasted about 40 seconds, maybe one minute.
    No visible damage of any kind.
    The shaking was strong enough to force a door open.
  • Taguig – just paint chips falling from the ceiling and swinging chandeliers
  • Timog Ave., Quezon City – we are located at 30th floor of the bldg.
  • Pasig City – Light shaking
  • Malolos City – Moderate shaking
  • Manila – Strong shaking for at least a minute or two. Scary
  • TAGUIG CITY – We Initial felt a slow rolling / swaying effect that gradually increased in intensify. The light fixture began swinging fairly intensely. We are on the 16th floor which revealed how much our building was swaying. No damage reported or seen at our building (The Luxe Residences). We evacuated via the stairwell. All my family members are safe. We all are still on pins and needles though.
  • Tarlac City – Strong shaking
  • Dasmarinas – Strong shaking
  • Las Pinas – Light shaking
  • Taguig – I thought I was feeling dizzy at first. Later I understood that it was an earthquake, not me being dizzy. Hanging lights and tables were swinging from side to side.
  • alabang mutinlupa – Was on the 15th floor, lights swayed, felt dizzy, lasted about 30 secs.
  • Porac Pampanga – Very strong shaking
  • Las Pinas – Porac Pampanga, very strong shaking
    Some people died
  • Florida blanca pampanga – It may be light-moderate shaking but it felt like a strong shaking. Was playing games until I felt the floor shaking.
  • Pililla, Rizal – About 8-10 seconds i was in the Comfort room when i felt the shaking,
    I rushed to the Living room where my daugher is sleeping on the sofa,i heard the trembling of the floor and roof’while the things around us was breaking,
    It was a scary experience
  • in our condo here in makati – Estimatedly lasted for a minute. Lights in the clinic turns on and off after the shaking.
  • valenzuela city – it was a strong shaking earthquake that our things inside the house are shaking.. i thought it was gone or the end because i felt it subside but to my surprised it was followed by a stronger shake and it was frightening and traumatizing experience for me😭
  • Taguig – Strong shaking
  • OLONGAPO – Strong shaking
  • Ortigas – Very strong shaking
  • Bulacan – Strong shaking
  • Makati – The epicenter is in floridablanca, Pampanga. M6.1
  • Makati – i was also shooketh
  • Quezon City – Im on a freaking old high-rise building.. Damn exp.
  • antipolo masinag – Light shaking
  • Manila – mag handa tayo para saTHE BIG ONE!! world wide ang lindol na nangyari..
  • Mandaluyong – scary
  • Las Pinas – everyone went down
  • olongapo city – less than 10 seconds,chandelier at our third floor was rocking side to side by around more than 3 inches, thankfully no damage but may possibly have caused undiscovered hairline cracks
  • Pasig – Property was moving for about 15 – 20 seconds ,
    Sounded like thunder shaking the house
    have felt 3 of the reported aftershocks
  • Pakil, Laguna – Strong shaking
  • Villasol, Angeles City – Thanks God we’re all safe
    To God be the glory
  • Tanauan – lasted for 20 seconds and no power TV fell. 4 years old son said that the earth is crying. :
  • Valenzuela – (Weak shaking
  • Angeles city – Moderate shaking
  • La Paz, Tarlac – Property damage to La Grande residences. Cracks running through the walls. Lasted what felt like a lifetime. Furniture falling down inside the apartment
  • Taytay – At least 15 seconds shaking. Electric power immediately off, but on after 2 hours. This earthquake happened at 5:15 pm, April 22, 2019.
  • taguig – 5-10 secs. Audible rattling sound. No apparent damage to building.
  • Quezon City – very scary knowing that Taguig is in a major earthquake fault line (less than 5 minutes)
  • Araneta Center, Cubao – Drowsy
  • Lubao, Pampanga – Felt dizzy
  • Angeles City – 1-20sec
  • Angeles City – Collapsed and lopsided buildings seen around the Metro. Old churches and buildings with minimal damages.
  • Barangay Alicia, Quezon City – Collapsed and lopsided buildings seen around the Metro. Old churches and buildings with minimal damages.
  • ANTIPOLO – The ground vibrated for a few 2-3 seconds before the actual swaying ensued. I thought I was having another dizzy spell, then the electricity fluctuated.
  • Angeles City – Moderate shaking
  • Bulacan – Strong shaking
  • Sampaloc, Manila – Sobrang lakas kita sa mga puno pag pagpag kala mo hinahangin ng malaks na bagyo, and pati un hangin bridge dito samin prang hinahagis sa lakas, un ilog nagmukang dagat sa pag alon, lumayo kami sa mga puno sa takot kasma ko pa nman dlawa kong anak at asawa ko
  • BGC – It was up and down at first then sideways shaking. It lasted more than 5 minutes, I guess. The building was shaking.
  • Alabang – 30seconds, bed and chairs were shaking, 6th floor of my building.
  • PASIG CITY – Very strong shaking
  • Quezon City – NAKAKAHELO SAKET SA OLO
  • Lingayen, Pangasinan – Light shaking
  • Culatingan, Concepcion, Tarlac – 5-8 sec
  • San Narciso, Zambales – 30 seconds
  • Langkaan I, Dasmarinas – Strong shaking
  • Langkaan I, Dasmarinas – like magnitude 5-6
  • Magalang, Pampanga – like magnitude 5-6
  • Bacoor – Rolling then violent up and down motion followed my more rolling. Lasting about 30 seconds. Some minor damage. Power and water out. Everyone felt it, animals spooked.
  • Bacoor – We stopped what we’re doing when the earthquake struck and hold on to tge nearest table to steady myself. After a few seconds it stopped and we left the building for a while. Most of us experienced slight dizziness.
  • Rodriguez – We stopped what we’re doing when the earthquake struck and hold on to tge nearest table to steady myself. After a few seconds it stopped and we left the building for a while. Most of us experienced slight dizziness.
  • Makati – about 20 seconds
  • BGC, TAGUIG – Strong shaking
  • BGC, TAGUIG – Shaking was intermittent ranging from like to moderate, lasting 10-15 seconds. Entire duration was about 4 minutes. We were at 35th floor and felt the sway of the building
  • Sta. Rosa – Shaking was intermittent ranging from like to moderate, lasting 10-15 seconds. Entire duration was about 4 minutes. We were at 35th floor and felt the sway of the building
  • Makati – Light shaking
  • Quezon City – Moderate shaking
  • Pasig City – Strong shaking from 29th floor residential bldg.
  • pasig – Light shaking
  • val city – more than 20 seconds
  • Hagonoy Bulacan – Light shaking
  • Angeles City Pampanga – We felt moderate shaking were people alarmed and that’s make us dizzy.
  • Angeles City Pampanga – I cant really explain but this is too scary.
  • Angeles City Pampanga – I cant really explain but this is too scary.
  • Angeles City Pampanga – I cant really explain but this is too scary.
  • Mandaluyong City – I cant really explain but this is too scary.
  • Imus – It lasted for more than a minute. We were at the 45F and we saw the window blinds and shadow of nearby buildings sway. I felt really dizzy from the shaking.
  • Infanta – Grabe nakaka takot yung lindol ang lakas
  • Apalit, Pampanga – Weak shaking
  • cabuyao – more than a minute
  • Antipolo,City – cabuyao
    7 seconds shaking our chandelier move and thank God were okay
  • Quezon City – Light shaking while I was lying in my bed…no property damage
  • Taguig – Tables and lamps shook for 5 seconds then stopped; then shook again for 3 seconds.
  • Cab city – Moderate shaking
  • Angeles city – 10-15 mins
  • McKinley Hill, Taguig City – I felt the strong shake and I woke up!!!
  • Quezon City – Felt the strong shaking for about 10 secs
  • Tagug – About 30secs. At the grocery store, everthing atarted to shake. Nothing fell, no damages recorded.
  • Pasig City – Very strong shaking
  • Lubao, Pampanga – Strong shaking
  • BGC Taguig – Extremely strong shaking to the point where you cannot stand or walk without falling over, laster 2-4 minutes.
  • Mabalacat City – I don’t know how long it lasted, but it was really scary.. I was at the 12th floor near the windows of the office and I thought I’m falling out of the window.
  • BGC – It’s been a minute i don’t know how many minute it is. But it felt slight strong and it’s my first time to feel that kind of shaking. I can’t really imagined that quake.
  • Angeles city – over 2 minutes shaking, it was so scary, it was the strongest and longest earthquake i’ve ever experienced
  • taguig city – The quake lasted for onlu a few seconds. Thou I’m afraid it would have been more devastating if it lasted longer for like a minute or so.
  • Tanauan City – Strong shaking
  • Binondo, manila – None damaged but it was quite shocking. Light shaking of the ground, very concerned that my pc monitor might fall so i had to hold it.
  • Antipolo City – About 1 to 2 minutes. Katakot!
  • FAMY LAGUNA – 5-10 seconds
  • Pasig – Light shaking
  • Mabalacat – Minutes of shaking, I was not counting though.
  • Manila – We were on our afternoon nap when we felt the sudden strong shaking. All picture frame displays on the shelf fell off. Thank God were safe!
  • Talavera – Moderate shaking
  • Parañaque – Moderate shaking
  • Parañaque – Strong shaking
  • Pasay – Strong shaking
  • San Pedro City – Last for almost 1min
  • Mandaluyong – Hanging lights, glasses, and furnitures were shaking for about 15 seconds
  • Quezon City – More than a minute! Need to evacuate the building.
  • Mandaluyong – I was on my bed and I thought that my cousin was jumping really hard. I stood up and felt it and rushed to the room where the rest of my family members gathered. It then lasted for about 1 minute. Luckily we’re safe.
  • Pasig – in the office, 2nd floor. about 2 minutes…
  • navotas city – The shaking lasted for a minute. It felt like something is going to fall from the ceiling and the window glasses will break.
  • Quezon City – a minute stuff fell bed moved
  • Quezon City – Weak shaking
  • Binan Laguna – Weak shaking
  • Unknown – Lasted 7 to10 sec.no damage of property..

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    City/Village where you felt the earthquake *
    Street or suburb (area) where you felt the earthquake
    Latitude (area) where you felt the earthquake
    Longitude (area) where you felt the earthquake
    Time that you felt the earthquake (local time)
    Shaking Strength *
    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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