Last Updated: Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Six Killed In Mindanao Floods


Disaster Report: According to Philippines National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, two people died by flooding in Mindanao region.

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-Death toll due to Mindanao floods has risen to six. Still 68 people are reported to be missing.
-At least 22 villages in three low-lying towns in Maguindanao is flooded.
-More than 10,000 families reported to be displaced in several Mindanao provinces, including Sarangani.
-Glan was declared under a state of calamity yesterday afternoon.
-Extreme weather disturbance caused floods, landslides and storm surges in this area.

Flooding in Mindanao, Philippines


-According to Philippines National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, two people died by flooding in Mindanao region.
-Fatalities are from Sarangani and General Santos City.
-At least 17 fishermen from Ostigue, Baybay in Brgy. Big Margus in Glan and two from Kalambiga village in Glan were rescued.
Sultan Kudarat: 2,460 families affected and 23 families evacuated.
Worst flooded area: barangays Obial, Sta. Clara, Hinalaan and Himulan in Kalamansig town in Sultan Kudarat.
Bukidnon: At least 50 families evacuated.
Worst flooded area: barangays Cabangahan, Bangkud, Aglayan and Linabo in Malaybalay City in Bukidnon.

This is what PAGASA forecaster Elvie Enriquez said
"Ang SLPA ay nag-e-enhance sa southwest monsoon,"

As of 2 a.m. Wednesday (2012/06/13), shallow low-pressure area (SLPA) was estimated at 210 km east of Northern Mindanao.

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Weather forecast:
  • Monsoon rains expected in Northern and Western Luzon including Metro Manila.
  • More flash floods and landslides expected in Mindanao.
  • Cloudy skies with scattered rain showers and thunderstorms in Western Visayas.
‘Butchoy’ (international name: Guchol) is expected to hit the country on Thursday evening. It is the second typhoon of the year. Tropical storm Guchol is still in the Pacific Ocean.

Following GMA news, “Kung hindi raw magbabago ang
kanyang bilis at direksyon ng galaw nitong si Butchoy ay
papasok ito said Philippine Area of Responsibility Thursday
evening o Friday morning”

Earlier tropical storm Mawar (Ambo) killed three in Philippines.

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