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An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.6 hit the Cotabato City.

MAGNITUDE – An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.6 struck the Cotabato City at around 10:30 in the morning today, Mar. 14, 2017.

Based on a recent post on the Facebook page of Philippine Star, a quake with a magnitude of 3.6 hit Cotabato at 10:33:12 in the morning today. No aftershocks are expected.

In the post, Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology was credited by the Facebook page. Some netizens dropped their reactions to the post through comments.

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According to one Facebook user, an earthquake also struck Batangas.

One netizen stated in a comment that it is a warning that mining should really be stopped as the land is no longer balanced and the gold were taken.

Two netizens tagged other people on the comment while another netizen stated in her comment that “God will provide.”

BREAKING: Magnitude 3.6 quake shakes Cotabato City. | via Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology

Posted by Philippine Star on Monday, March 13, 2017

The recent earthquakes that have struck various areas in the country have undeniably alarmed the people.

Moreover, the so-called ‘Big One’ which could possibly hit the metro Manila and the nearby provinces have also sparked news reports and elicited various reactions from the people.

Based on a previous news report, The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) has already confirmed that the ‘Big One’ might strike anytime. It is due to the irregular movements of west valley fault according to Phivolcs.

According to the report, the Phivolcs now are observing two major faults in the country. A big part of Luzon will be affected by an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.2 in case the faults would make movements.

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