An earthquake has struck Manilla, Philippines
The 5.3 magnitude earthquake struck to the north-west of the Philippines capital of Manila at around 10.27pm local time (2.27pm BST).
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) said to expect aftershocks but major damage was unlikely.
They said the quake occurred in Zambales northwest of Manila, on the main island of Luzon. The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake had a depth of 93 km.
Residents of the capital city took to Twitter to express their shock at the "strong" quake.
One said: "I just felt an earthquake a few minutes ago ;~; scared me."
Another said: "Earthquake just a few minutes ago & BOY THAT WAS STRONG."
Reuters witnesses felt the quake in for up to 20 seconds and tall buildings shook briefly.
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