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MDRRMC Update Report on Typhoon Yolanda last November 9, 2013

 

Loss of lives   No reported casualties 
 Infrastructures

 Reported landslide in the Palingpaling area, difficulty of passing for motorcycles (November 8, 2013); road already passable as of today

 Cracks on the river dike, subject for assessment by the Municipal Engineering Office (MEO)

 Poblacion seawall had minor cracks, subject for MEO assessment and repair

 Electricity  Power cut-off on November 8, 2013; electrical supply was returned around 3:20 a.m. today 
 Water system  Water service was returned around 8:00 a.m. today
 Agriculture  Subject for verification on the extent of damage on the coconut, banana, rice and vegetable farm/plantations
 Residential houses  4 houses were initially reported to have sustained partial damage, subject for verification and assessment  
 Coastal areas  • No reported damages on fishing boats and coastal areas; accounted to the early information provided by the DRRMO to ensure the  safety of lives and properties 
 Responses/ Actions taken

 • 447 families, with a total of 2,187 individuals, in 14 barangays were assisted to take temporary shelter and were provided with food packs composed of 2 kilos of rice, 3 cans of sardines, and 3 packs of noodles

 About 25 families who would be possibly hit by storm surges  were earlier placed under forced evacuation

 Around 6 a.m. today, all families were already sent home

 Immediate responses from the Dalaguete Police Station, Bureau of Fire Protection, Office of the Municipal Social and Welfare Development and unaccounted volunteers

 Conduct of clearing operations


Prepared by:

 

(SGD) JUNRY D. TENEFRANCIA

Head, DDRRMO

Noted by:

 

(SGD) RYDAL B. CISNEROS, LLB.

Municipal Administrator/

PIO - Designate

 

 

 

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