A magnitude 5.1 quake jolted Occidental Mindoro Friday night, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) announced Saturday afternoon, June 6.

The state volcano and quake agency did not explain the late release of their earthquake bulletin.

The temblor struck at 09:37PM, 22 kilometers of Calintaan town, Occidental Mindoro at a depth of 15 kilometers.

The quake was tectonic in origin.

Intensity IV was felt at – Calintaan, and San Jose, Occidental Mindoro; Pinamalayan, and Roxas, Oriental Mindoro.

Intensity III was recorded at Santa Cruz and Sablayan towns in Occidental Mindoro; Bansud, Mansalay, and City of Calapan, Oriental Mindoro; Odiongan, and San Agustin, Romblon; Ibajay, Malay and Nabas, Aklan; Boac, Marinduque; Caluya, Antique

Intensity II was recorded at Abra de Ilog, Occidental Mindoro; Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro; Malinao, Numancia, and Tangalan, Aklan and Intensity I at Guinayangan, Quezon

Here are the recorded instrumental Intensities:
Intensity IV – Roxas, Oriental Mindoro; San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
Intensity III – Malay, Aklan
Intensity II – Malinao, Aklan; Pandan, and Sebaste, Aklan
Intensity I – Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro; Culasi, Antique; Lopez, Mauban, and Guinayangan, Quezon

Mindoro residents posted on social media that they felt the tremor. Local authorities reported no damage or casualty. (Rommel F. Lopez)