(Express) – At least five people were killed after a 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck Luzon, Philippines today. Two buildings collapsed after the tremors rocked the central of Philippines today, local officials said. Witnesses reported buildings swaying after the earthquake struck Luzon on Monday afternoon. The earthquake hit the city at 09.11 UTC time, striking at a depth of 40km –

60km northwest from Manila. Authorities conducted mass evacuations across the country after tremors shook the region. Local residents reported feeling shakes across Manila, Ususan Taguig City and Pampanga. One witness said: “I did hear some glass breaking outside our house and there were other people screaming and frightened. READ MORE

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