Emilio Aguinaldo College in Manila sustains damage after earthquake
MANILA, Philippines — Part of the Emilio Aguinaldo College (EAC) in United Nations Avenue in Manila was damaged following an earthquake that shook parts of Metro Manila on Monday afternoon.
Manila Police District (MPD) reported that the cladding of EAC building’s 6th floor was damaged due to the movement of a UN residence and the EAC building.
Some of the debris also fell and parts of its cladding were also cracked, MPD said.
With this, authorities said San Marcelino Street corner UN Avenue was temporary closed for security purposes.
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