The West Valley Fault in Makati continues at the south bank of the Pasig River at East Rembo. It traverses 3rd Avenue all the way down to 24th Avenue in Fort Bonifacio. It passes near Tibagan Elementary School between 5th and 7th avenues.
The fault line enters Pembo from 525 Army Camp then passes through Amapola and extends all the way to Sampaguita loop at Lower Azucena.
The West Valley Fault in Makati City cuts through Pembo Elemetary School. The school is located between Dahlia and Jasmin streets which is only a block away from Ospital ng Makati.
The line crosses Wildcat Village and Sto. Niño Village in Taguig. Some fault lines are also found at Pinagsama Village Phase II.
The MMDA and Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) are conducting inspections and putting markers to areas that stand upon the Valley Fault System based on the Atlas. MMDA Chair Francis Tolentino also announced that the MMDA will use the “Mobile Earthquake Simulator” starting June 5 to demonstrate what could possibly happen in the event of a major tremor. He dubbed this “Walk the Fault” which is meant to keep the public informed and well prepared when an earthquake strikes.
Tolentino said that the marking are just reminders, “but more than physical signs, all of us should have a culture of preparedness.”
Phivolcs and National Disaster for Risk Reduction Management Council (NDRRMC) also conducted simultaneous earthquake drills on May 27, 2015.
Essential Things to Remember After an Earthquake.
- Stay Calm and get ready for aftershocks.
- Check for injuries and administer First Aid if you are qualified.
- Check for obvious hazards and damages to your house.
- Do not use any electrical device or use gas for cooking.
- Gather all emergency kits, first aid kits, food, clothes, radio, and batteries
- Proceed to the nearest evacuation or assembly site.
To be continued.
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