MINDANAO (LALATE) – Mindanao, Philippines has been hit by a major earthquake today. News of Mindanao, Philippines earthquake today comes two months after the region was struck by a 6.0 quake. But unlike the May 2010 quake that had a mere 21 mile depth, today’s quake was 376 miles below the surface.
At 6 AM Saturday local time, Mindanao, Philippines was struck by a 7.3 earthquake. The region location is again the Moro Gulf. The quake was roughly 65 miles south west of Cotabato, 75 miles south of Pagadian, and 94 miles east of Zamboanga. It registered 570 miles southeast of Manila.
The quake in May was also in the Moro Gulf, roughly 25 miles from Cotabato, Mindanao, Philippines and 570 miles south-south east from Manila.
On March 22 this year, LALATE broke another quake in Luzon, PHILIPPINES followed by one on March 25 in the The Manila (Batangas, Luzon, Mindoro) region.
No reports of injuries have been released.