Earthquake Tremor Shakes Swimming Pools in Manila

Earthquakes and aftershocks that hit the Philippines on April 22 shook buildings in Manila and sent water streaming from the swimming pools seen in this video and down a flight of stairs.

The Philippine Red Cross continued to search and rescue operations on April 23 after the 6.1 magnitude earthquake killed at least 11 people, reports said.

The Red Cross said 421 aftershocks were reported following the initial earthquake, which was centered on the island of Luzon, around 60km northwest of Manila.

This footage shows a tremor shaking two swimming pools on the roof of a building in the district of Ermita in Manila. Fast-flowing water can be seen pouring down steps near the pool. Credit: Nhary Bangilan Selarom via Storyful