LOOK: Scenes of devastation in Surigao in aftermath of earthquake


Posted at Feb 11 2017 11:54 PM | Updated as of Feb 13 2017 05:43 PM

Surigao del Norte officials declared a state of calamity after a magnitude-6.7 earthquake hit the province on Friday evening, severely damaging buildings, roads, and the normal day-to-day lives of thousands of residents.

The Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council reported 6 people dead and at least 100 injured.

Here are some images depicting despair and destruction.

The damaged facade of a hotel is seen after a strong earthquake hit Surigao City on Friday night. Reuters

Rescue teams try to save a man trapped under a collapsed 3-storey building in Surigao City. Chiara Zambrano, ABS-CBN News

An injured woman is accompanied by family members at a hospital in Surigao City, early Saturday. Erwin Mascarinas, AFP

Injured victims seek medical treatment at Caraga regional hospital. Roel Catoto, Mindanews/Reuters

Chunks of steel and concrete debris from a building that houses Surigao State College and Technology wreck a car. Roel Catoto, Mindanews/Reuters

A man walks on the damaged runway at Surigao Airport. Roel Catoto, Mindanews/Reuters

A woman arranges some of her possessions after she was saved from her home wrecked by the strong earthquake in Surigao City on Friday night. Chiara Zambrano, ABS-CBN News

A long, conspicuous crack runs end to end of the Port of Surigao passenger terminal. Chiara Zambrano, ABS-CBN News

Friday night's earthquake was so strong it raised a section of an asphalt road in Surigao City. Chiara Zambrano, ABS-CBN News

Residents look at what once was the Anao-aon bridge now broken in half after Friday night's magnitude-6.7 earthquake. Roel Catoto, Mindanews/Reuters

Residents cross a river Saturday morning, after a bridge linking Surigao City to nearby towns was destroyed by a magnitude-6.7 earthquake. Erwin Mascarinas, AFP

Drivers avoid a protruding section of a road in Surigao City caused by Friday's magnitude-6.7 earthquake. Rowel Catoto, Reuters