Another earthquake has rocked the Philippines, a day after a quake left at least 16 people dead and scores of others injured.
Today's quake measured 6.4 and was centered about 400 miles from yesterday's temblor that measured 6.1 and was centered about 41 miles southwest from Manila.
Experts say the two earthquakes do not appear to be connected.
Read more in this story from The New York Times.
The video above shows water from a Penthouse swimming pool in Manila flowing down the building during Monday's quake.