At around 11:49 this morning, a magnitude 6.8 earthquake shook the islands of Negros and Cebu in the Visayas.
A few minutes following the tremor, Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) issued Tsunami Alert 2 over Western Cebu and Eastern Negros, stating that the earthquake could trigger waves up to a meter-high.
This warning spread like wildfire in the coastal areas of Cebu - with some people reportedly exaggerating the scare - causing distraught crowds to run towards elevated areas to save themselves from being engulfed by sea water.
One Cebuano was able to capture the panic and ruckus on video using his cellphone and uploaded the clip on Youtube.
Notice how the scare almost caused a stampede on the streets.
That's downright scary; Looks like a scene from an 'end of the world' movie, really.
Let's pray for our friends in Cebu and Negros, TP Friends. May God protect us all always.