ISLAMABAD (Agencies) - At least five people were injured when a moderate earthquake of 5.7 magnitude jolted northwest Pakistan near the border with Afghanistan on Thursday. Tremors were felt in Peshawar, Mardan, Nowshera, Swat, Dir, Balakot, Khyber Agency, Haripur, Mansehra, Abbotabad and adjoining areas, meteorological department chief Arif Mehmood told AFP. The quake struck at 08:59 am with a magnitude of 5.7 and its epicentre was located 280 kilometres northwest of Peshawar near the Afghanistan-Tajikistan border, he said. According to Rescue 1122, a female teacher and four students were injured at Girls School Pir Kala area of Shabqadar during stampede following the earthquake.