- Leyte Island was shook by three earthquakes within a span of a few hours
- It was the fault line in Capoocan, Leyte that moved three times from Wednesday night to early Thursday
- The magnitudes of the earthquakes ranged from 2.5 to 3.9
Leyte Island was rocked by three earthquakes within a span of three hours, according to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs).
KAMI learned that it was the fault line in Capoocan, Leyte that moved three times.
In a report by PTV News (authored by Sarwell Meniano), a 3.9 magnitude earthquake rocked the town at 11:13 pm on Wednesday; a magnitude 3.1 earthquake happened at 12:44 am on Thursday; and a 2.5 magnitude earthquake happened at 12:58 am.
As previously reported by KAMI, different parts of the Philippines have experienced earthquakes in recent days.
The country is expected to be hit soon by a huge earthquake called “The Big One,” which is projected to cause the deaths of thousands living in Metro Manila.
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