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Intensity 3.0 earthquake in Manila

According to USGS , the earthquake that hit parts of Luzon 06:36:49 PM is Magnitude 5.4 as per USGS. Intensity 4 in Talisay, Batangas, Tagaytay , Manila. Intensity in QC, Makati, Malabon, Alabang, San Jose, Occidental and Oriental Mindoro; Intensity 2 in Bulacan, Baguio.

Earlier, PHIVOLCS Director Solidum said 5.8 magnitude earthquake took place at 6:37pm, epicenter was near Lubang Island in Mindoro.

Epicenter of quake that struck 6:36 p.m. was traced at 57 km west northwest of Calapan, Mindoro or 88 km south southwest of Manila.

Manila was just intensity 3 and it felt like just 3 seconds but I thought I was just dizzy.

The funny thing is the earthquake happened in the middle of the Impeachment of the Ombudsman at the Plenary and as the Azkals competed in Myanmar.

Here is what other felt.

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