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Oct. 31, 19 | 8:37 am

Several women, children, and other residents were terrified as they plead for help after their covered court collapsed. Screengrab from Brigada News Davao Facebook Page.

Residents nearby a collapsed covered court in Mindanao plead for help as several of them got wounded during the 6.5 magnitude quake that took place Thursday morning of October 31, around 9:11 am (5:11am UAE time).

Several citizens were seen carrying injured women and children towards open spaces and makeshift shelters after the huge court collapsed, as observed in a video by John Claud posted at the Brigada News Davao Facebook page.

Phivolcs reported that the epicenter of the quake was in Tulunan town, North Cotabato. This comes after merely two days following the 6.6 magnitude earthquake that jolted Mindanao, leaving several students injured.

Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte has also suspended classes for the day as a preventive measure to ensure the students’ safety.

President Rodrigo Duterte was reportedly in the area to visit the grave of his parents for All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day. Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo confirmed that the president is safe.

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