7.1 Magnitude Earthquake strikes the Philippines, Tsunami warning issued

U.S. National Weather Service stated: There was no risk of a tsunami for the United States West Coast from the current earthquake.

An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.1 struck 40 miles at the east Pondaguitan in the Philippines.
Geology experts stated that the Tsunami system warned the Tsunami warning.

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According to CNN, Phivolcs said that damage was expected, aftershock might be cause greater damages. United States National Weather Service clarified: there’s no risk of Tsunami for the U.S. from the earthquake. Also, Hawaii Emergency Management stated that Hawaii faced no Tsunami threat and will not in the future.

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