A preliminary magnitude-7.1 earthquake struck off the coast of the Philippines on Wednesday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says there's a tsunami threat for both the Philippines and Indonesia. Hazardous waves are possible within about 180 miles of the epicenter, officials said.
The quake hit east of Pondaguitan at a depth of about 40 miles. No damage or injuries were immediately reported.
The National Weather Service said that no tsunami danger is expected for the U.S. West Coast.