Residents Return Home After Philippine Quake Kills One, Agencies Lift Tsunami Alert

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Residents begin to return home after Philippine quake kills one

  • At least one person killed in a magnitude 7.4 earthquake in the southern Philippines
  • Residents allowed to return home with minor damage to infrastructure reported
  • Tsunami alerts lifted in the Philippines and Japan
  • More than 600 aftershocks recorded, with the strongest aftershock at magnitude 6.5
  • Residents begin to return home after Philippine quake kills one

    Philippine residents were allowed to return to their homes on Sunday after a magnitude 7.4 earthquake struck the country’s south, killing at least one person. Minor damage to infrastructure was reported, and tsunami alerts in the Philippines and Japan were lifted.

    Return to Normalcy

    Despite more than 600 aftershocks, residents have started returning to their homes and resuming normal activities. Minor damage to homes and infrastructure was recorded, but authorities are urging caution as aftershocks continue.

    Impact on Communities

    A woman was killed when a wall collapsed as she and her family were fleeing their home in search of safety. Coastal evacuations and tsunami alerts were triggered, but the threat has now largely passed, As mentioned in the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology.

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