Recent Strong Quake Followed By Robinsons Angeles, Pampanga Being Closed Today, April 23, 2019
ROBINSONS ANGELES, PAMPANGA – Following the 6.1 magnitude earthquake that hit Luzon, the Robinsons Angeles, Pampanga is closed today, April 23, 2019.
The recent earthquake that hit parts of Luzon led to the shaking of the buildings, the deaths of at least five(5) persons, and the people fearing the possibility that the “Big One” will occur anytime.
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) recorded a 6.1 magnitude quake in Zambales yesterday. At 05:11 in the afternoon, the quake jolted the place with a depth of 010 kilometers.
Following the strong quake that hit parts of Luzon, class suspension and work suspensions were declared.
The offices of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Consular in Metro Manila are closed today following the announcement of Malacañang and the notice of the NDDRMC.
Some shopping malls are also closed today. Based on a recent social media post of CNN on Facebook, one of them is the Robinsons Angeles, Pampanga.
According to the advisory released, the one-day closure is to give way for a thorough inspection before the mall resumes its operation.
Based on the post, the Robinsons Starmills in San Fernando also went through a thorough inspection following the quake. It is now open and ready to resume its regular operation.
We’ll keep you posted for further updates.