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 #63  by Tech x 1
 
Bale dalawang beses na po nangyari ang malakas na paglindol jan ang daming mga nasirang bahay at mga gusali, kumusta po mga kapatid din nating Muslim jan, nakikiramay po kami sa lahat ng nawalan ng mahal sa buhay.

Sana natutugunan po ng ating gobyerno ang kanilang mga pangangailangan. :crying:
 #65  by Gulay
 
From: Lahat 1900s

Alam niyo ba na sa Mindanao naranasan ang pinaka mapaminsala na Lindol sa kasaysayan ng Pilipinas? at ang isa sa pinaka apektado noon ay ang Central Mindanao partikular na ang Cotabato City.

On August 17, 1976 the strongest and most devastating tsunami was recorded in the Philippines at the Moro Gulf, Mindanao island. An earthquake took place around 12:11 AM with the epicenter located near the town of Lebak in Sultan Kudarat, and with the tremendous magnitude of 8.0. It rocked the cities and settlements situated along the Mindanao coastline, most notably in Cotabato, and even reached parts of Visayas. Five minutes after the tremor, waves as high as 9 meters crashed into the Moro Gulf.

The death toll of the Moro Gulf earthquake was estimated around 8,000 dead including the missing and unidentified. The Moro Gulf Earthquake is also called the Midnight Killer.

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 #86  by ABCDE
 
Gulay wrote:

From: Lahat 1900s

Alam niyo ba na sa Mindanao naranasan ang pinaka mapaminsala na Lindol sa kasaysayan ng Pilipinas? at ang isa sa pinaka apektado noon ay ang Central Mindanao partikular na ang Cotabato City.

On August 17, 1976 the strongest and most devastating tsunami was recorded in the Philippines at the Moro Gulf, Mindanao island. An earthquake took place around 12:11 AM with the epicenter located near the town of Lebak in Sultan Kudarat, and with the tremendous magnitude of 8.0. It rocked the cities and settlements situated along the Mindanao coastline, most notably in Cotabato, and even reached parts of Visayas. Five minutes after the tremor, waves as high as 9 meters crashed into the Moro Gulf.

The death toll of the Moro Gulf earthquake was estimated around 8,000 dead including the missing and unidentified. The Moro Gulf Earthquake is also called the Midnight Killer.

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Grabe. :crying:

Hirap ng buhay pag ganyan lalo na mga nawalan ng mahal sa buhay. :crying: :crying: :crying: