Hot & Black Substance Found From Cracks in North Cotabato After Earthquake
On Tuesday (October 29, 2019), a magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck a part of Cotabato at 09:04 am. The quake’s epicenter is located at 06.92 North, 125.05 East – 026 km North 73° East of Tulunan.
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology reported that the powerful tremor was tectonic in origin and has a depth of 7 kilometers. Several buildings have been damaged and numerous people were injured due to the incident.
The strong quake was initially recorded at magnitude 6.4 but eventually raised to magnitude 6.6, according to the volcanology agency. Further damage and aftershocks are expected after the tremor.
Recently, a Facebook user named “Klengy Rivo” has shared the photos of a strange substance that comes out from a crack after an earthquake struck North Cotabato. According to Rivo, the substance is dark in color and quite hot.
Here is the full post:
“LEGIT GUYS!!! MAY LUMABAS NA MAINIT AT MAITIM DAW NA TUBIG SA ISANG CRACK SA ISANG BARANGAY SA NORTH COTABATO TAPOS MAY BUHANGIN OR MUD NA KASAMA. IF THIS ISN’T MT. APO’S THEN TELL ME WHAT IS THIS THING!!!”
The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:
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