- Posted August 10, 2012 by
Markina City, Manila City
This iReport is part of an assignment:
- Self-Flagellation in celebrations of the good Friday
- Educational System in Philippines Kill the 16 yrs old Student.
- KPSB Annual National Bonsai & Suiseki Open Competition & Exhibition 2013
- Multisectoral group protest outside the Malaysian Embassy in Philippines regarding the disputed in Sabah.
- Environmentalist condemned the new open pit mining permit
Image 2355: Different rescue team joined together to save residences’ of Provident Village at Marikina City were they are the most affected during Typhoon Ondoy of 2009. They priority the senior, kids and ladies during the rescue operation.
Image 2297: Residents in Barangay Tumana in Marikina City, to leave their homes and wade in the flooded street to replenish provisions and line up for relief goods was distributed by the local government and private citizen.
Image 2327: A boy collecting floating plastic garbage at the other side of Brgy. Tumana, Marikina City to sell to support his family to buy for additional foods other than the relief goods that they receive from the Local government.
Image 2323: Other residences are starting to clean their houses after the heavy flooding at Brgy. Tumana, Markina City. Marikina City has a more than 35,000 evacuees; 170,000 affected due too mass flooding, 25% of the City was under the water because of “Southwest Monsoon” and City has a 24 evacuation center.
Image 2245, 2247: Free car pool at Marcos Hi-way by a truck passer to to help the stranded passengers by the heavy flood.
Heavy rains have affected more than 2 million Filipinos, it added, noting that 580,079 persons have been served basic needs and services primarily through 630 evacuation centers. 50% of National Capital Region are under by the water from southwest monsoon.
The amount of rainfall brought by the southwest monsoon over Metro Manila and other parts of Luzon has surpassed the rainfall dumped by tropical storm “Ondoy” in 2009, an official from the Department of Science and Technology (DOST)’s disaster prevention and mitigation system office said Tuesday.
States of calamity have meanwhile been declared in Marikina, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela, Muntinlupa, San Juan, Pasig, Pasay, Caloocan and Pateros in Metro Manila; the provinces of Bataan, Bulacan, Pampanga, Olongapo City and Zambales in Region III; Laguna in Region IV-A; and in the Palawan municipalities of Culion, El Nido and Linacapan in Region IV-B.