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Magnitude-6.4 quake shakes Philippines

By Associated Press


MANILA, Philippines >> A magnitude-6.4 earthquake rattled the Philippine island of Mindanao early Saturday morning (8:17 a.m. Hawaii time), the U.S. Geological Survey reported.

There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries from the temblor, which hit at 2:17 a.m. local time.

The USGS said the quake hit some 52 miles northeast of Butuan on Mindanao, and 517 miles southeast of Manila, the capital.

The quake was some 39 miles below the surface, the USGS said.

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loquaciousone wrote:
Where is my tsunami warning so I can go home early today.
on November 2,2012 | 12:08PM
juscasting wrote:
HaHa..Was thinking same thing!
on November 2,2012 | 12:51PM
allie wrote:
on November 2,2012 | 03:24PM
HD36 wrote:
A quake this size used to be big news before we entered the galactic plane in 1998. As we get closer to the black hole quakes above 7.0 are becoming more frequent. Over 5 in the last month alone.
on November 2,2012 | 09:37PM
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