Monday, April 22, 2019

6.3R in Luzon, Philippines

A powerful 6.3R earthquake has struck Philippines today. The epicenter was 2km South West of San Fransisco, and 61km from Manila, as shown in the top map.
A Reuters witness said office buildings swayed in the main business district of Makati City in the capital, Manila.
The quake struck at 5.11pm local time, about 60 km north-west of Manila at a depth of 40km. The USGS initially said the magnitude was 6.4 but later downgraded it slightly.
There were no immediate reports of casualties or damage, but some reports are coming.
Chuzon grocery store in Porac town collapse

Some people evacuated their offices in Manila.
The Philippines is on the seismically active Pacific “Ring of Fire”, a horse-shoe shaped band of volcanoes and fault lines circling the edges of the Pacific Ocean.
 The map above shows the predicted stress points for today in the region, and the earthquake epicenter is as predicted by the encircled point. Another great prediction.
The Philippine Calendar for April is shown below, where we can see that the peaks of 21-22nd April are clearly pronounced and therefore expected by this as well. Overall great predictions.
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MagnitudeMw 6.3
Date time2019-04-22 09:11:14.3 UTC
Location14.95 N ; 120.54 E
Depth40 km
Distances61 km NW of Manila, Philippines / pop: 10,445,000 / local time: 17:11:14.3 2019-04-22
2 km SW of San Francisco, Philippines / pop: 4,000 / local time: 17:11:14.3 2019-04-22

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