An earthquake of 6.7 magnitude hit the central Philippines on Monday, killing more than 30 people and leaving dozens still missing.

In addition, several residences as well as roads and bridges reportedly sustained cracks, both from the quakes and the aftershocks. There were also several landslides reported.

The tremors also destroyed bridges on Negros Island (closest to the epicenter), making it impossible for rescue officials and soldiers to reach isolated regions.

Worse still, some regions continued to be rattled by aftershocks on Wednesday.

Check out photos of the disaster caused by the earthquake...

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