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The Philippine Star Sep 14
LOOK: Even one of the strongest was no match against the wrath of Typhoon | via (Courtesy of San Fernando Police)
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Stephanie Bacon Sep 14
I can’t help but think of homeless people in this catastrophe; Roofs are ripping off, trees are falling down, streets are getting flooded. If the privileged are affected, how worse could it be for the homeless? Let us give a hand and pray for each other.
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Atom Araullo Sep 14
Man and beast hunker down from the strong winds in
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Atom Araullo Sep 15
A farmer inspects his damaged crops in Tuguegarao, Cagayan after the onslaught of Typhoon . He says he was just 2 weeks away from harvest.
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James Reynolds Sep 16
The full wrath of super in Santa Ana - during the height of the storm I had to cower indoors for 1.5 hours as the storm blew out windows and doors in the hotel. Sorry took so long to get a proper edit online!
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Philippine Red Cross 20h
We are here to witness one of the most devastated places in Cagayan. Two weeks after typhoon left the Philippines, remains of the destruction still haunts the residents of Baggao, Cagayan province. These houses once sheltered a family, with full of hopes and dreams.
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ABS-CBN News Sep 15
JUST IN: As of 9PM tonight, has exited the PAR. | via
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Neil Jed Castro Sep 15
A heartbreaking scene of a father carrying his sick child because the ambulance cannot pass on a dislodged electric post. This happened in Baggao, Cagayan Province. photo by: AFP
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ABS-CBN News Sep 14
Here is a list of emergency numbers for your reference. Keep safe, Kapamilya!
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Bong Go Sep 18
President Rodrigo R. Duterte on Tuesday urged the public to send donations for victims of Typhoon (Mangkhut) to the Government, particularly to the military, and or to humanitarian organization Red Cross; instead of sending to private TV stations.
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Rules of Survival Sep 18
To support our friends who're affected by Typhoon Ompong in the Philippines, Rules of Survival now offers daily free diamonds to claim, exclusive clothing on sale, and will donate all the income to disaster areas in the name of players. ❤️
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PIA Cordillera 6h
Kankana-ey ritual was performed at the Command Post in Ucab, Itogon to appease spirits of those who died in the landslide in Ucab, Itogon; ask for guidance & protection of responders & rescuers; and for them to locate remaining missing persons. |
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Miss Maggie Sep 14
Strawberry Farm, La Trinidad via Marvin John/FB
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Norman Jay Astro Sep 14
As of now: 6:06 am. Here in Ilocos Norte Area. May God guide us. 😭
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Marvin Oloris 1h
with perhaps the most literal pinhole right now, churning in the Western basin. Forecast to develop to a Category 5 Super Typhoon. A major threat to . Interesting if it will outdo .
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Philippine Red Cross 20h
Rice and corn are the primary source of livelihood of the people of Cagayan, but these were not spared by Ompong’s wrath. What were once greeny agricultural fields have turned into devastated areas.
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BBC News (World) Sep 15
Typhoon Mangkhut causes flooding and landslides in the Philippines At least 14 people have been killed in the massive storm
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bangtanboiph 2h
Apparently, there’s a new storm that entered the Philippines. Hope it doesn’t add to the damage did. Keep safe and dry, everyone! Y’all are in my prayers!
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milian 🌻🍂🌑 2h
Sa may mga GCash dyan ☺️ Pay Bills > Others > GCash Relief > Enter the amount you want to donate Help the those who were devastated by Love y'all! 💖
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Philippine Red Cross 9h
We are continuously providing safe and potable drinking water for the affected familes here in Cagayan. After typhoon roared in Cagayan, safe water is a immediate necessity.
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