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Dozens killed as 160-mph typhoon hits Philippines

"The strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines this year pounded the southern island of Mindanao on Tuesday, killing dozens as it destroyed homes and brought down power and communication lines.

At least 81 people died in Mindanao, ABS-CBNnews.com cited officials as saying.

Typhoon Bopha made landfall at dawn, uprooting trees and tearing off roofs. The Weather Channel said the storm was packing maximum sustained winds of 160 mph and was the equivalent of a category five hurricane.

At least 43 people were killed in flash floods and landslides near a mining area on Mindanao, ABS-CBN reported, saying waters and mudslides had swept through an army post.

A television reporter said she saw numerous bodies lined up near the army base.

Disaster official Liza Mazo, said more casualties were expected to be discovered as search and rescue teams fanned out."
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As of 1 pm Dec 5th, 95 fatalities and 61 injuries have been confirmed. Almost 180,000 people are in evacuation centres.

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Death toll from Philippine typhoon passes 270
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5:07AM EST December 5. 2012 - NEW BATAAN, Philippines (AP) — Mud-stained bodies covered with banana leaves were laid out in a row and survivors dried their soiled belongings on the roadside under a bright sun Wednesday, a day after a typhoon killed more than 270 people in the southern Philippines.

Officials feared many more bodies could be found as rescuers reach hard-hit areas that had been isolated by landslides, floods and downed communications.

At least 151 people have died in the worst-hit province of Compostela Valley since Typhoon Bopha began lashing the region early Tuesday, including 66 villagers and soldiers who perished in a flash flood that swamped two emergency shelters and a military camp in New Bataan town, provincial spokeswoman Fe Maestre told the Associated Press.
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Death toll from Philippine typhoon nears 300

(philstar.com) | Updated December 6, 2012 - 4:28am

NEW BATAAN (AP) — Stunned parents searching for missing children examined a row of mud-stained bodies covered with banana leaves while survivors dried their soaked belongings on roadsides yesterday, a day after a powerful typhoon killed nearly 300 people in the southern Philippines.

Officials fear more bodies may be found as rescuers reach hard-hit areas that were isolated by landslides, floods and downed communications.

At least 151 people died in the worst-hit province of Compostela Valley when Typhoon Bopha lashed the region Tuesday, including 78 villagers and soldiers who perished in a flash flood that swamped two emergency shelters and a military camp, provincial spokeswoman Fe Maestre said.

Disaster-response agencies reported 284 dead in the region and 14 fatalities elsewhere from the typhoon, one of the strongest to hit the country this year.

About 80 people survived the deluge in New Bataan with injuries, and Interior Secretary Mar Roxas, who visited the town, said 319 others remained missing.

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322 dead, 401 injured, 378 missing.
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Typhoon Bopha: Death Toll Tops 350 In Philippines; Scores Missing In Worst-Hit Areas

"Stunned parents searching for missing children examined a row of mud-stained bodies covered with banana leaves while survivors dried their soaked belongings on roadsides as the death toll from the southern Philippines' powerful typhoon climbed to about 350 people Thursday with nearly 400 missing.

The Office of Civil Defense reported that more bodies were retrieved from hardest-hit Compostela Valley and Davao Oriental as well as six other provinces.

At least 200 of the victims died in Compostela Valley alone when Typhoon Bopha struck Tuesday, including 78 villagers and soldiers who perished in a flash flood that swamped two emergency shelters and a military camp.

"Entire families may have been washed away," said Interior Secretary Mar Roxas, who visited New Bataan on Wednesday.

The farming town of 45,000 people was a muddy wasteland of collapsed houses and coconut and banana trees felled by Bopha's ferocious winds.

Bodies of victims were laid on the ground for viewing by people searching for missing relatives. Some were badly mangled after being dragged by raging floodwaters over rocks and other debris. A man sprayed insecticide on the remains to keep away swarms of flies."
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Philippines reeling from deadly typhoon
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NEW BATAAN, Philippines | Thu Dec 6, 2012 1:01am EST

(Reuters) - Rescue workers found a 77-year-old man alive on Thursday who had survived on coconuts for two days after a powerful typhoon ravaged the south of the Philippines killing 332 people, with hundreds missing...
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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 6th 1:00 pm.
327 dead, 437 injured, 380 missing.
254,630 in evacuation centers.

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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 7th 5:00 am.
418 dead, 445 injured, 383 missing.
233,808 in evacuation centers.

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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 7th 5:00 am.
456 dead, 445 injured, 533 missing.
393,026 in evacuation centers.
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Camps overflow as typhoon Bopha toll passes 500

"HUNDREDS of thousands of survivors of a deadly typhoon crammed into packed shelters Friday, braving the stench of corpses as the government vowed action to prevent storm disasters.

...Among the 306,000 left homeless by the storm was Violy Saging, 38, huddled in a basketball gym in New Bataan, one of only a few buildings left standing in the town which is a centre for the nation's banana and gold mining industries.

...The gym's concrete floor was caked with mud, and part of its roof had been carried off by the cyclone, exposing the homeless to heavy rain that began pouring again Friday."
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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 7th 4:00pm.
456 dead, 445 injured, 533 missing.
393,026 in evacuation centers.
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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 8th 6:00am.
456 dead, 445 injured, 533 missing.
391,097 in evacuation centers.

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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 8th 1:00pm.
459 dead, 464 injured, 532 missing.
391,880 in evacuation centers.

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Bangkok Post: Philippines braces for typhoon return

"A powerful typhoon that has killed hundreds of people and wreaked devastation in the Philippines was set to smash into the country again Sunday, forecasters warned.

Typhoon Bopha had looked to be heading away after destroying whole communities in the south, but the official weather agency said Saturday it had unexpectedly turned and would make landfall again, this time in the north.

The agency urged people to prepare for fierce winds of up to 160 kilometres (about 100 miles) an hour and heavy rains when the storm slams into the northern tip of the main island of Luzon in the early hours..."
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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 8th 7:00pm.
464 dead, 465 injured, 702 missing.
371,921 in evacuation centers.

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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 9th 5:00am.
540 dead, 1,088 injured, 827 missing.
368,672 in evacuation centers.

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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 9th 5:00pm.
620 dead, 1,448 injured, 817 missing.
322,043 in evacuation centers.

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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 10th 5:00am.
647 dead, 1,482 injured, 780 missing.
302,586 in evacuation centers.

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Philippine Star: Philippine typhoon rescue operations hampered

Updated December 8, 2012 - 2:01pm

" With nearly 600 other people missing after Typhoon Bopha struck on Tuesday, soldiers, police and volunteers from outside New Bataan have formed the bulk of the teams searching for bodies or signs of life under tons of fallen trees and boulders that were swept down from steep hills that surround the town, said municipal spokesman Marlon Esperanza.

"We are having a hard time finding guides," he told The Associated Press. "Entire families were killed and the survivors are still in shock. They appear dazed. They can't move."

He said the rocks, mud and tree trunks and other rubble that litter the town have destroyed landmarks, making it doubly difficult to search places where houses once stood.

On Friday, bodies found jammed under fallen trees that could not be retrieved were marked with makeshift flags made of torn cloth so they can be easily spotted by properly equipped retrieval teams.

Government authorities have decided to bury unidentified bodies in a common grave after police forensic officers process them for future identification by relatives, Esperanza said.

...Nearly 400,000 people, mostly from Compostela Valley and nearby Davao Oriental provinces, have lost their homes since Typhoon Bopha struck and are crowded inside evacuation centers or staying with relatives, relying on food and emergency supplies being rushed in by government agencies and aid groups."
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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 11th 6:00am.
714 dead, 1,906 injured, 890 missing.
308,110 in evacuation centers.
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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 11th 6:00pm.
740 dead, 1,906 injured, 890 missing.
778,226 in and outside evacuation centers.

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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 12th 5:00am.
740 dead, 1,947 injured, 890 missing.
778,226 in and outside evacuation centers.

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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 13th 10:00am.
902 dead, 2,661 injured, 934 missing.
765,530 in and outside evacuation centers.

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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 14th 7:00am.
906 dead, 2,660 injured, 932 missing.
854,984 in and outside evacuation centers.

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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 15th 6:00am.
955 dead, 2,662 injured, 841 missing.
883,620 in and outside evacuation centers.

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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 16th 5:00am.
1,020 dead, 2,662 injured, 844 missing.
987,349 in and outside evacuation centers.

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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 17th 8:00am.
1,043 dead, 2,662 injured, 844 missing.
985,489 in and outside evacuation centers.

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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 18th 8:00am.
1,046 dead, 2,662 injured, 841 missing.
985,489 in and outside evacuation centers.

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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 19th 6:00am.
1,047 dead, 2,662 injured, 841 missing.
980,939 in and outside evacuation centers.

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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 20th 7:00am.
1,047 dead, 2,662 injured, 841 missing.
979,508 in and outside evacuation centers.

some other data;

C. STATUS OF LIFELINES (TAB C)
· Ten (10) bridges and one (1) road are currently not passable
· Thirty-six (36) areas are still experiencing power interruption
· Areas in Davao Oriental namely East Coast Cateel, Boston, Caraga, Baganga are still
having interrupted communication lines
· Seven (7) areas in Region X, CARAGA and ARMM are experiencing water disruptions.

D. DAMAGED HOUSES (TAB D)
· A total of 168,227 damaged houses were reported in Regions I, IV-B, VI, VII, X, XI, XII
and CARAGA. Of which 101,758 were partially damaged while 66,469 were totally
damaged

E. COST OF ASSISTANCE (TAB E)
· The estimated cost of assistance is PHP172,940,514.56: DSWD PHP82,906,120.30
LGUs PHP46,122,352.23; DOH PHP26,099,032.70; and NGOs/other GOs
PHP14,306,802.40 and NDRRMC PhP3,505,706.93
F. COST OF DAMAGES (TAB F)
· The estimated cost of damages to properties is PHP24,222,823,528.07 infrastructure
PHP7,822,986,310.00; agriculture PHP16,350,605,805.07; private properties
PHP49,231,413.00
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Latest report from NDRRMC Dec 22nd 6:00am.
1,067 dead, 2,666 injured, 834 missing.
973,207 in and outside evacuation centers.

http://www.ndrrmc.gov.ph/attachments...20No.%2035.pdf
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