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Water cascades down massive skyscraper after Philippines earthquake (VIDEO)

Water cascades down massive skyscraper after Philippines earthquake (VIDEO)
Water from the rooftop pool of a skyscraper in the Philippines was filmed cascading from the top edge of the building like a strange suburban waterfall following the 6.0-magnitude earthquake that rocked Manila.

Footage shows water pouring from the building’s swimming pool at the top of Anchor Skysuites, a large apartment block in the city center following Monday’s powerful quake.

At least eight people were killed in the earthquake when several buildings collapsed, trapping dozens beneath the rubble. The province of Pampanga was the worst-hit, its governor Lilia Pineda told Reuters.

READ MORE: 8 people killed, dozens trapped as buildings collapse in Philippines quake – official

The 6.0-magnitude tremor hit on Monday at a depth of 40km (25 miles), about 55km (34 miles) northwest of the Philippines’ capital, according to the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC).

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