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Initial report on Typhoon Juan: 3,687 affected

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Photo: Brgy. Sta. Lucia, Aringay, La Union, ICRED

Photo: Brgy. Sta. Lucia, Aringay, La Union, ICRED

As of 4:00 p.m., October 18, 2010, 781 families comprising of 3,687 individuals from Region I, II, and the CAR have been evacuated to local Community Centers, Bgry. Halls, and Gymnasium as precautionary measures after Typhoon Juan as it tracked the soil of Philippines territory.

Ilocus Sur of Region I, a road was closed due to heavy rain. In Roxas and Santiago of Isabela, interrupted power supply, uprooted trees, and roof blown away were recorded. Cagayan also suffered from strong winds, and heavy rain. In Benguet, Baguio, Apayao, and Mt. Province of CAR had to closed several roads due to landslides, heavy rain, and strong winds.

According to NDRRMC, it had recorded casualties that summed up to 1 injured (Sta. Cagayan), and 1 missing (Namabbalan, Cagayan). However, the final verification about the status of the casualties are yet to be confirmed.

Muni

Brgy Affected

Families

Individuals

Evac. Centers

Region 1
La Union Aringay 1 79 316
Pangasinan Bolinao 1 60 240
139 556
Region II
Isabela Divilacan 6 30 Comm. Center
Dinapigue 45 250 Comm. Center
Sta. Maria 10 40
61 320
Cagayan Gonzaga Minanga 144 657 Gymnasium
Sta. Ana Sta. Clara, Kapaniktan, Marede 13 53 Brgy. Hall
Sto. Nino Abariongan, Ruar, Niug Norte 150 750 Brgy. Hall
Rizal Gagabutan, Masi, Bural 250 1250 Brgy. Hall
Aparri Maura 19 76 Brgy. Hall
576 2786
CAR
Benguet Tublay Brgy. Coroz No Data No Data Derencio ES
Kalinga Tabuk Cabaruan 5 25
5 25
TOTAL 781 3687

Source: NDRRMC

4 Responses to “Initial report on Typhoon Juan: 3,687 affected”

  1. Global Voices in English » Philippines: Strongest typhoon of the year

    […] Citizens’ Disaster Response Center gives an initial report As of 4:00 p.m., October 18, 2010, 781 families comprising of 3,687 […]

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    […] Citizens’ Disaster Response Center gives an initial report As of 4:00 p.m., October 18, 2010, 781 families comprising of 3,687 […]

  3. santi barasi, jr.

    Comparative statistics on affected families, homes,casualties – persons, animals,crops (harvests lost), fruit trees, by 5 years to get a true picture of the devastation wrought by these typhoons (whether super or not)

  4. santi barasi, jr.

    Initial status report (if not final report)on damages brought about by the recent flash floods that hit Cagayan, Isabela and other areas in Northern Luzom should be top priority in order to get update or total picture of extent of calamity.

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