Sabah shaken by quake off Philippines


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  • Tuesday, 10 Jan 2017

The tremors felt in various parts of the east coast, including Sandakan and Tawau as well as in the state capital.

KOTA KINABALU: People ran out of multi-storey buildings after tremors were felt in eastern Sabah following a magnitude 7.3 earthquake in the Celebes Sea, off the Philippines.

Many people said they felt the buildings they were in shaking following the 2.13pm Tuesday earthquake, which hit about 466km east of Semporna.

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