(28 Jul 2022)
Bangued - 28 July 2022
1. Van crushed by collapsing building
2. Damaged monument with workers carrying cables in background
3. Worker looking at collapsed wall
4. Various of damaged buildings
5. Damaged Santa Catalina de Alejandria church
6. Various of rubble from church tower on ground
7. Damaged church altar
8. Fallen debris from altar on floor
9. Various of rubble inside church
10. Crack in road near bridge
11. Workers assembling tents
12. Man assembling tent
13. Residents resting beside tents
Footage on Thursday showed the scale of the damage in Bangued in the northern Philippines after a strong earthquake set off landslides and damaged buildings.
The quake struck the country on Wednesday, killing at least five people and injuring dozens.
In the capital, hospital patients were evacuated and terrified people rushed outdoors.
The 7-magnitude quake was centered in a mountainous area of the Abra province, said Renato Solidum, the head of the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology, who described the midmorning shaking as a major earthquake.
Hundreds of houses and buildings had cracked walls, including some that collapsed in Abra.
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