A strong, shallow earthquake has shaken the central Philippines, leaving at least two people dead and injuring more than 100 people, including several in a collapsed building where others were trapped. The US Geological Survey said the quake had a magnitude of 6.5 and struck at a depth of 6.5 kilometers in Leyte province. Filipino seismologists measured the

depth at just 2km and said the quake, caused by movement of the Philippine Fault, was felt strongest in Leyte’s Kananga town. Shallow earthquakes generally cause more damage on the Earth’s surface. A building collapsed in Kananga, killing one person, injuring at least 10 others and trapping an unspecified number of people, Leyte Governor Leopoldo Dominico Petilla told DZMM radio. READ MORE