Shopping After 6.9 Magnitude Earthquake

Three days after the 6.9 magnitude earthquake hit Cebu City and other towns and cities in Visayas region, there were still some aftershock incidences that made people, even I, scared from staying or going near to big building most especially those old-buildings and the malls.

However, when my mom and brother arrived yesterday, though the tensions and anxieties of people brought by the earthquake were still there, we really went to visit the mall.  Along our way, my brother have seen a store where he dropped by and bought his pairs of pants. But when I asked him how much, he just handed me a hand-written receipt. He said that the POS systems of the store were intentionally turned-off so that if there were earthquake aftershock incidences, the system won’t be negatively affected. In some stores, because of their stand-by generators, there were no problems of their POS systems — everything were working well.

After more than five hours of strolling and eating, we just found out that there were only few items that we have shopped.

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3 Responses to Shopping After 6.9 Magnitude Earthquake

  1. genny says:

    wa kapugong ang aftershocks dat, nanuroy japon mo. giapilan ko nimo ug shopping dat!?

  2. Thank you very much for this great information. Let’s pray for the people who were struck by this massive quake. God be with us all.

  3. Phils Calamities says:

    Nice post. Thanks for sharing. I hope that preventative measures can be put in place soon. One thing that can be done which costs nothing is each individual take responsibility for their garbage and put it where it belongs instead of throwing it all over the streets, rivers, and everywhere else.

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