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At least eleven dead counted after earthquake in the Philippines: roof airport collapsed
The Philippine island of Luzon is today rocked by an earthquake with a strength of 6.3. It reports the American geological institute USGS. The roof of Clark International Airport, Mabalacat is collapsed. At least six people were killed and fifty others were injured. Report this to the local authorities.

The quake with a force of 6.1 occurred at 17.11 pm local time, according to the American center for volcanology and seismology. The American geological institute USGS had previously about a magnitude of 6.3. The epicenter was located in the town of Castillejos, but the quake was felt in the capital Manila. There were plenty of buildings to tremble. Many people were running in panic the street on. The shocks were also felt in the nearby provinces as pampanga, Bulacan and Cavite. In Manila, it was public transport for a while to shut down.

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