MANILA, Philippines — A magnitude 5 earthquake once more shook Abra, particularly within the city of Tayum early Thursday morning, the Philippine Institute of Seismology and Volcanology (Phivolcs) reported.
The earthquake was tectonic in origin and was recorded at precisely 4:02 am with a depth of 17 kilometers.
Phivolcs stated the epicenter of the quake was situated 12 kilometers southwest of Tayum, Abra.
“That is an aftershock of the 27 July 2022 M7.0 Northwestern Luzon Earthquake,” stated Phivolcs.
The depth of the earthquake was initially reported as 5.1, however was barely downgraded, as of 5:37 a.m.
Phivolcs stated that Depth IV was felt in Bangued, Abra, whereas Instrument…
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