A series of earthquakes rocked Tulunan Cotabato province in southern Philippines following a strong temblor on Monday.
PHIVOLCS reported that a 4.4-magnitude quake hit Tulunan, Cotabato early Thursday morning at 12:35 a.m. with a depth of 10 kilometers and tectonic in origin.
Meanwhile, Intensity IV was felt in Kidapawan City.
There are no damages or aftershocks expected in the incident.
A second mild quake, magnitude 4.3, was recorded at 2:23 a.m. in the same town.
The depth of the quake is 9 kilometers and tectonic in origin. No damages and no aftershocks expected, says PHIVOLCS.
By 5:30 a.m., a magnitude 4.6 quake again hit the area with a depth of 19 kilometers and tectonic in origin. No damages, no aftershocks. — BAP, GMA News