continued to search for survivors from Monday's quake, centered just
50 miles northwest of Manila, the capital. That quake killed at least
16 people, according to The Associated Press. So far, it appears that
Tuesday's 6.4 magnitude quake in Eastern Samar province did not cause
any casualties or major damage.
magnitude 6.1 quake struck Pampanga province, north of Manila,
shortly after 5 p.m. local time. A supermarket collapsed in the
municipality of Porac, killing at least five people, the AP reports.
Others remain missing.
man was reportedly pulled out alive from the supermarket's rubble on
Tuesday morning, to cheers from onlookers.
all very happy, many clapped their hands in relief because we're
still finding survivors after several hours," Porac Councilor
Maynard Lapid told the AP.
of the dead were in Pampanga province, the state news service
reported. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte arrived in the
affected area Tuesday, where he inspected the damage and was briefed
on the situation.
Daeng, 65, told Reuters that she was in her family's drugstore when
Monday's quake struck. "It was very strong. It was our first
time experiencing something like that," she told the news
service. "This one, it's terrifying."
quake also shook the nation's capital, where panicked office workers
fled buildings, some in hard hats, according to Reuters. Video showed
water cascading from a skyscraper's rooftop pool in Manila.