#QuakePH: Where were you during the earthquake?
MANILA, Philippines - A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck south of Metro Manila on Wednesday evening, June 25, just before 8:00PM. (READ: Strong tremor hits parts of Luzon)
Netizens report feeling the earth shake in Metro Manila, Batangas, Laguna and as far as Central Luzon.
According to state volcanology bureau, Phivolcs, no damage is expected but the public should expect aftershocks. The public is also advised to take caution and know what to do during and after an earthquake.
Did you feel it?
Where were you when the earthquake struck? Did you feel it?
Help us crowdsource where the shockwaves were felt in this interactive Project Agos Alert Map.
Click on the Report button at the top right corner of the map to submit your report. Provide your name, your location at the time of the quake, and whether you felt the quake or not. Refresh the page to view your report.
The data will be used to show how far and wide the earthquake shockwaves travelled.
Do you have a photo or video from the earthquake? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us what happened.
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