Monday, February 6, 2012

List of dead, injured, missing, damages, and tsunami alert updates in 6.8-magnitude quake that hit Cebu and Negros Oriental

(UPDATED February 7, 11:54 AM) A strong 6.8-magnitude earthquake hit central Visayas, specifically in Negros Oriental on Monday. The quake destroyed buildings and buried dozens of houses, killing at least 52 people and left many others missing.

Here is the update from National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC).


Bernadette Raidan 9 Matuog Elementary School, Mun. of Tayasan, Negros Oriental Pinned down by collapsed concrete wall/ fence
Ramon Ganti Tayasan Buried in Landslide. From Brgy Suquib
Anafe Estrabella 11 y/o (est) Brgy. Mompong, Jimalalud, Negros Oriental Collapsed Wall of Chapel
Manolita Corceiga 10 y/o Brgy. Mompong, Jimalalud From Brgy. Poblacion
Betty Yap Manzano 62 y/o Guihulngan, Negros Oriental
Cherry Pagao 23 y/o Guihulngan City Hit by debris of Betty Manzano’s house
Gilbert Ubando 13 y/o Brgy Magsaysay, Guihulngan City Hit by a concrete wall of Magsaysay Elem School
Eric Benigay 7 y/o Brgy Magsaysay, Guihulngan City Hit by a concrete wall of Magsaysay Elem School
Maricar Narciso 37 y/o Brgy Magsaysay, Guihulngan City Hit by debris of her own house
Aljun Sabando Brgy Poblacion, Guihulngan
3 dead still unidentified Brgy Poblacion, Guihulngan To Be identified
A certain Bayloces Bindoy, Negros Oriental Due to collapsed fence
Acebes Palumar Bais City Heart Attack. From Majuyod, Negros Oriental


12 unidentified - Jimalalud, Neg Oriental To Be Confirmed
40 unidentified - Guihulngan Treated at Guilhungan Hospital

To be confirmed, allegedly buried in landslide
All from Brgy Planas, Guilhugan, Negros Oriental

Mandy Ramas                
Insel Mahinay
Danny Toting
Soriño Toting
Dariong Toting
Marino Toting
Dexter Toting
Jolly Toting
Albert Toting
Sonia Toting
Pepe Toting
Dewe Toting
Beverly Isuki
Marites Nocus
Aka “Plangkaw
Menat Benes
Asor Mahinay
Dandy Soreño
Jolly Soreño
Analie Soreño
Larry Toting
Coning Sarsa
Josie Lusiano
Jerry Lusiano
Palil Luciano
Susan Nemeño
Sherly Nemeño

Tsunami Bulletin No. 02 as of 2:30 PM, 06 February 2012


  • No further reports of unusual sea level changes were received after the twohour extended observation period. Hence, tsunami alerts for the Philippines are cancelled.

Earlier, people were advised to stay away from the shoreline. People should not go to the coast
to watch the tsunami. Houses that are very near the coastal areas of Negros and Cebu Islands were
strongly advised to be watchful.

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