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PNR temporarily suspended trips due to quake

September 22, 2022 - Thursday 4:09 PM by Catherine Cueto

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THE Philippine National Railways (PNR) temporarily suspended some of their trips on Thursday that will ply the rails of Metro Manila, Quezon, and Laguna due to Wednesday evening's earthquake.

According to the announcement made through their social media, the train operations were suspended along Tutuban – Alabang; Alabang – Tutuban; Tutuban - Gov. Pascual; Gov. Pascual – Tutuban; Gov. Pascual – Bicutan; Bicutan - Gov. Pascual; Lucena - San Pablo and; San Pablo - Lucena.

As of posting, several PNR has resumed operations.

Among them include Tutuban – Alabang; Tutuban - Gov. Pascual; Gov. Pascual – Bicutan; and Alabang-Tutuban.

The rest will resume operations after an inspection by the PNR on the tracks has been completed.

Earlier, the PNR suspended their trips due to the 10:28 p.m. magnitude 4.4 earthquake that was recorded in Real, Quezon, on Wednesday.

According to PHIVOLCS, Intensity IV was felt in Real, Quezon; Intensity III in Lucban and Infanta, Quezon and Manila; Intensity II in General Nakar, Quezon; and Intensity I in Quezon City.

The instrumental Intensities was recorded at Intensity III in Polillo and Infanta, Quezon; Intensity II in Dolores, Quezon; and Intensity I in Tagaytay City in Cavite, Los Baños in Laguna, as well as in Angono, Morong, Cainta and Tanay in Rizal. 

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