The Philippines was rocked today by a magnitude 6.0 earthquake centered in the Manila region, “causing buildings in the capital to shake and sending frightened workers out of their offices.” Fortunately, no casualties or structural damage has been reported. Continue reading for earthquake footage.

The Philippine archipelago lies in the so-called Pacific Ring of Fire where earthquakes are common. It is flanked by the Pacific Ocean to the east and the South China Sea to the west with undersea trenches – potential quake triggers – running alongside its coast on both sides.

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