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Workers and students run after they feel the magnitude 6.7 earthquake along a main street of Honkera, Cebu city, central Philippines February 6, 2012.Reuters
Philippines Earthquake
Residents drive past cracks in a road caused by an earthquake in Negros Oriental, central Philippines February 6, 2012. The magnitude 6.7 earthquake struck the central Philippine island of Negros on Monday, triggering landslides that toppled houses and killing at least 12 people, including two children, officials said.Reuters
Earthquake Damages
A vehicle transporting a body of an earthquake victim tries to pass through a destroyed road in La Libertad, Negros Oriental in central Philippines February 7, 2012.REUTERS/Erik De Castro
Earthquake Deaths
Villagers look at the body of a victim of a landslide caused by an earthquake in La Libertad, Negros Oriental in central Philippines February 7, 2012.REUTERS/Erik De Castro
Earthquake Damages
A man stands on top of the houses destroyed by a landslide caused by an earthquake in La Libertad, Negros Oriental in central Philippines February 7, 2012. Philippine rescuers searched on Tuesday for 29 residents of a mountainside community feared dead after a landslide triggered by an earthquake engulfed their homes.REUTERS/Erik De Castro
Earthquake Damages
Residents walk along a damaged road caused by an earthquake in Guihulngan, Negros Oriental in central Philippines February 7, 2012.REUTERS/Erik De Castro
Injured earthquake survivors
Injured earthquake survivors lie on the grass of the hospital grounds a day after an earthquake in La Libertad, Negros Oriental in central Philippines February 7, 2012. The patients are made to stay outside the building due to aftershocks from the quake.REUTERS/Erik De Castro
Earthquake survivors weep
Earthquake survivors weep while waiting to be evacuated along a highway in La Libertad, Negros Oriental in central Philippines February 7, 2012.REUTERS/Erik De Castro
A woman carries her baby during evacuation
A woman carries her baby while waiting to be evacuated after surviving an earthquake with other villagers in La Libertad, Negros Oriental in central Philippines February 7, 2012REUTERS/Erik De Castro
Residents and soldiers gather at the site of a landslide
Residents and soldiers gather at the site of a landslide caused by an earthquake in La Libertad, Negros Oriental in central Philippines February 7, 2012REUTERS/Erik De Castro
Rescuers carry a body retrieved from a landslide
Rescuers carry a body retrieved from a landslide caused by an earthquakein La Libertad, Negros Oriental in central Philippines February 7, 2012. Philippine rescuers searched on Tuesday for 29 residents of a mountainside community feared dead after a landslide triggered by an earthquake engulfed their homes.REUTERS/Erik De Castro

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...