Maguindanao province has been hardest hit by floods and landslides caused by rain.
Philippines has now scored 72 Death from tropical storm NalgaeThe country’s disaster agency said it had brought flash floods and landslides to the southern provinces of the country.
The tropical storm, which had maximum sustained winds of 95 km (59 mph) and gusts of up to 160 km/h (99.4 mph), made landfall in the eastern province of Catanduanes early Thursday morning. Seven.
Disaster agency spokesman Bernardo Rafaelito Alejandro told DZMM that Maguindanao province has been hardest hit, with 67 people killed so far.
Two people were also killed in Sultan Kudarat, two others in South Cotabato, and other casualties spread across the Visayas region in the central Philippines, he said.
Another 33 people were injured and 14 were missing, he added.
The state weather agency said in its latest bulletin that Typhoon Nalgae will bring heavy and at times torrential downpours into the capital Manila and surrounding provinces on Saturday as it cuts through the main island of Luzon. and towards the South China Sea.
The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration on Saturday warned that Nalgae (known locally as Paeng) will continue to cause flooding and landslides caused by rain as it passes. through the country.
TROPICAL CYCLONE BULLETIN NUMBER. 15
Severe tropical storm #PaengPH (NALGAE)
Released at 5:00 am, October 29, 2022
Valid until next newsletter at 8:00 am today
– PAGASA-DOST (@dost_pagasa) October 28, 2022
Search and rescue teams pulled bodies from the water and thick mud after Nalgae caused flooding and landslides in the south of the country on Friday.
“We are currently gathering all the rescue teams and will conduct a meeting before deployment,” Nasrullah Imam, disaster agency official in Maguindanao province, said on Saturday. “It’s not raining anymore so this will help with our search and operations.”
Average is 20 Tropical storm makes landfall in the Philippines annual.
Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr offered condolences to those killed in the storm and reassured the public that emergency services were rolling out with supplies of food and other supplies to the worst-affected areas.
Our prayers are with the lives lost in the Aklan, Capiz and BARMM flash floods, as well as those who continue to be severely impacted by this disaster.
– Bongbong Marcos (@bongbongmarcos) October 28, 2022