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Magnitude 3.2 earthquake rattles Tulunan, Cotabato 

By: - Reporter / @KHallareINQ
/ 10:41 AM November 02, 2019
Magnitude 3.2 earthquake rattles Tulunan, Cotabato 

Source: Phivolcs / DOST

MANILA, Philippines — The town of Tulunan, Cotabato was rattled with another earthquake on Saturday, this time with a magnitude of 3.2, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said.

The quake struck at 9:48 a.m. at 24 kilometers northeast of Tulunan.

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Phivolcs said that the earthquake was of tectonic origin, and had a 26-kilometer depth of focus.

The tremor was also felt at Reported Intensity III and Instrumental Intensity II, both recorded in Kidapawan City, according to Phivolcs.

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No aftershock and damage were expected, Phivolcs added.

The North Cotabato town was first struck with a powerful 6.6-magnitude earthquake on Tuesday. A 6.5-magnitude tremor later pounded Tulunan two days later. /jpv

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