The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) said another earthquake — magnitude 4.2 — struck Cotabato in the southern Philippines on Thursday morning.
His epicenter was reported at 6:31 a.m. 13 kilometers north-east of Tulunan City, and the source of the temblor was tectonic with a concentration of 10 kilometers, he added.
Kidapawan City confirmed strength IV, which was also devastated last October by previous quakes that hit Mindanao.
Also, from the quake on Thursday morning, PHIVOLCS said no damage and aftershocks are expected.
Tulunan, Cotabato, was struck by a magnitude 6.6 earthquake on October 29.
Two days later, a magnitude of 6.5 temblors rocked the town and the surrounding areas.
At least 14 died and the two earthquakes caused more than 400 injuries.
The PHIVOLCS had said that Tulunan has several fault systems around it, such as the M’lang Fault, Makilala-Malungon Fault, North Columbia Fault, and South Columbia Fault.
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