VIDEOS: Surigao earthquake aftermath damages

For those who still hasn’t seen non-news network videos or photos of the aftermath damages of the February 10 and March 5 2017 earthquake in Surigao, I compiled several videos for everyone in one post.

In the February 10 disaster, the earthquake happened at 10:03 PM with a magnitude of 6.7.

The epicenter was 14 kilometers northwest of Surigao City.

Watch the drone video created by PHIVOLCS DOST.

This one, a rescue video of a collapse house.

Another earthquake hit Surigao on March 5, with a magnitude of 5.9. Here is a raw video of the aftermath.

Anong masasabi mo? 🙂

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