Two killed in earthquake-hit 6.6-magnitude Philippines

A 6.6-magnitude earthquake struck southern Philippines on October 29, according to geologists. The students were terrified and fled the classrooms. The building collapsed and collapsed. The earthquake occurred when schools and offices opened on Mindanaao Island.

Earthquake: Classrooms and buildings were damaged. During the month, there were five deaths and hundreds of homes damaged. According to officials, the collapse of the school buildings collapsed and students were injured. Locals said the quake was triggered by the quake, but not by the height of the earthquake.

The quake was frequent in Davao City, and the Philippines has been on the verge of aftershocks since the Philippines was located in the Pacific.