Strong earthquake strikes off the coast of the Philippines

Oleksandr Bud


On Sunday, March 26, a powerful earthquake with a magnitude of 5.6 on the Richter scale was detected on the Philippine coast.

Information about this was provided by ABOMUS, based on data from the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre.

According to the provided data, the epicenter of the underground tremors was located 71 km away from the city of Legaspi and 12 km away from the town of San Jacinto. The focal depth was 300 kilometers.

At the moment, there are no reports of casualties or destruction.

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