Habagat and TS Maring floods Metro Manila and nearby provinces

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Here are some scenarios as habagat and Typhoon Maring (Tropical Storm Trami) struck metro Manila and nearby provinces.

Damages:

According to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC), Tropical storm Maring wreaked havoc in the Philippines causing 53 casualties: 8 deaths, 41 injured and 4 missing due to widespread floodings and landslides.

According to the report TS Maring has affected more than 200 thousand families in 88 municipalities in Regions I, III, IV-A, IV-B and the National Capital Region (NCR), more than 40 thousand families were brought to evacuation centers.

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Initial assessment by the NDRRMC said, TS Maring causes more than 78 Million worth of damages to agriculture and infrastructures.

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For more info see NDRRMC report HERE.

Village flood rescue volunteers engage in a boat race Tuesday, Aug. 20, in chest-deep waters of Armstrong Street in Moonwalk, Parañaque (Kim Luces/GMA News)
Village flood rescue volunteers engage in a boat race Tuesday, Aug. 20, in chest-deep waters of Armstrong Street in Moonwalk, Parañaque (Kim Luces/GMA News)

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Residents wade in flood waters brought by monsoon rain in Kawit town of Cavite city, south of Manila August 19, 2013. (Photo by Romeo Ranoco)(PHILIPPINES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) - RTX12QIW
Residents wade in flood waters brought by monsoon rain in Kawit town of Cavite city, south of Manila August 19, 2013. (Photo by Romeo Ranoco)(PHILIPPINES – Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) – RTX12QIW
Vehicles are parked along a flooded area at the financial district of Makati, south of Manila, Philippines on Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2013. Some of the Philippines' heaviest rains on record fell for a second day Tuesday, turning the capital's roads into rivers and trapping tens of thousands of people in homes and shelters. The government suspended all work except rescues and disaster response. (Photo/Aaron Favila)
Vehicles are parked along a flooded area at the financial district of Makati, south of Manila, Philippines on Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2013. Some of the Philippines’ heaviest rains on record fell for a second day Tuesday, turning the capital’s roads into rivers and trapping tens of thousands of people in homes and shelters. The government suspended all work except rescues and disaster response. (Photo/Aaron Favila)

Typhoon Maring

Stranded commuters at LRT central station (twitter)
Stranded commuters at LRT central station (twitter)
Marikina River spilling to the streets of Nangka (Photo by Ricky Carandang)
Marikina River spilling to the streets of Nangka (Photo by Ricky Carandang)
Pedestrians wade waist-deep flood in Vito Cruz, Manila (Photo by Jefferson Levie)
Pedestrians wade waist-deep flood in Vito Cruz, Manila (Photo by Jefferson Levie)
Residents ride on a bamboo raft over floodwaters in the farming town of Novaleta, some 26 kilometres outside Manila on August 19, 2013. Torrential rain paralysed large parts of the Philippine capital on August 19 as neck-deep water swept through homes, while floods in northern farming areas claimed at least one life.  (Photo by Jay DIRECTO)
Residents ride on a bamboo raft over floodwaters in the farming town of Novaleta, some 26 kilometres outside Manila on August 19, 2013. Torrential rain paralysed large parts of the Philippine capital on August 19 as neck-deep water swept through homes, while floods in northern farming areas claimed at least one life. (Photo by Jay DIRECTO)

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Sctex cracked as heavy rain falls in Pampanga - (Photo by GMA News)
Sctex cracked as heavy rain falls in Pampanga – (Photo by GMA News)
La Mesa Dam manager Teddy Angeles monitors the water level before it started to overflow yesterday afternoon. (Photo by BOY SANTOS)
La Mesa Dam manager Teddy Angeles monitors the water level before it started to overflow yesterday afternoon. (Photo by BOY SANTOS)
Filipino boys play as big waves hit a park in Navotas, north of Manila, Philippines on Sunday, Aug. 18, 2013. (Photo by Aaron Favila)
Filipino boys play as big waves hit a park in Navotas, north of Manila, Philippines on Sunday, Aug. 18, 2013. (Photo by Aaron Favila)
Flood waters reached chest level in Barangay Bagbag 2 in Rosario, Cavite at around 11 AM Monday (Photo by GLACIELLE ABUTIN)
Flood waters reached chest level in Barangay Bagbag 2 in Rosario, Cavite at around 11 AM Monday (Photo by GLACIELLE ABUTIN)
Floodwater is already knee-deep on Evangelista Street, Brgy. Bangkal, Makati City on Tuesday morning. (Photo by Rennell Salumbre)
Floodwater is already knee-deep on Evangelista Street, Brgy. Bangkal, Makati City on Tuesday morning. (Photo by Rennell Salumbre)
Floods were chest-deep in Bacoor, Cavite on Monday as Storm Maring exacerbated the southwest monsoon and brought heavy rainfall. Bacoor is the catch-basin of Dasmariñas and Imus. (Photo by GMA News)
Floods were chest-deep in Bacoor, Cavite on Monday as Storm Maring exacerbated the southwest monsoon and brought heavy rainfall. Bacoor is the catch-basin of Dasmariñas and Imus. (Photo by GMA News)
Flooded UST
Flooded UST
Flood in University of Perpetual Help Binan Campus
Flood in University of Perpetual Help Binan Campus
Flood in Moon walk paranaque (grabbed from twitter)
Flood in Moon walk paranaque (grabbed from twitter)
Flood at South Luzon Expressway near the Southwoods exit
Flood at South Luzon Expressway near the Southwoods exit
Floating trash bags aside, University of Santo Tomas remains regal amid flood as of 2pm on Tuesday 20 August 2013. (Photo by Paul Quiambao)
Floating trash bags aside, University of Santo Tomas remains regal amid flood as of 2pm on Tuesday 20 August 2013. (Photo by Paul Quiambao)
Bird's eye view of flooded Marikina River taken from a building in Eastwood, Libis, on Tuesday 20 August (YouScooper Jay)
Bird’s eye view of flooded Marikina River taken from a building in Eastwood, Libis, on Tuesday 20 August (YouScooper Jay)
Scenario in Bustos Dam
Scenario in Bustos Dam
Children play along Arellano Ave. in Malate, Manila despite the rising flood and rain on Monday afternoon (Photo by Alecs Ongcal)
Children play along Arellano Ave. in Malate, Manila despite the rising flood and rain on Monday afternoon (Photo by Alecs Ongcal)
Children play in the Marikina River despite the river's being placed at 4th level of alarm (waters at 18 meters or higher; forced evacuation implemented) Tuesday. Martin San Diego (Photo by GMA News)
Children play in the Marikina River despite the river’s being placed at 4th level of alarm (waters at 18 meters or higher; forced evacuation implemented) Tuesday. Martin San Diego (Photo by GMA News)
Children use a makeshift "boat" to cross a flooded street in Manila on August 19, 2013 (Photo by NOEL CELIS)
Children use a makeshift “boat” to cross a flooded street in Manila on August 19, 2013 (Photo by NOEL CELIS)
A resident's pet dog refuses to let its owner wade alone in the flood in Moonwalk Village in Parañaque as it swims to keep him company on Tuesday, Aug. 20. (Photo by Kim Luces/GMA News)
A resident’s pet dog refuses to let its owner wade alone in the flood in Moonwalk Village in Parañaque as it swims to keep him company on Tuesday, Aug. 20. (Photo by Kim Luces/GMA News)
Resident takes a break from cleaning her house that was flooded by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque, south of Metro Manila
Resident takes a break from cleaning her house that was flooded by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque, south of Metro Manila
A pedicab driver wades through a flooded street in Manila on August 19, 2013   (PHOTO by  NOEL CELIS)
A pedicab driver wades through a flooded street in Manila on August 19, 2013 (PHOTO by NOEL CELIS)
A DPWH dump truck is used to ferry stranded commuters across flooded areas along España, Manila on Monday. (Photo by Danny Pata)
A DPWH dump truck is used to ferry stranded commuters across flooded areas along España, Manila on Monday. (Photo by Danny Pata)
A pedestrian wades in the flood near De La Salle University's Gokongwei Hall in Manila on Tuesday, Aug. 20, the water already reached more than two feet. (Photo by Kevin Prudon)
A pedestrian wades in the flood near De La Salle University’s Gokongwei Hall in Manila on Tuesday, Aug. 20, the water already reached more than two feet. (Photo by Kevin Prudon)
A man carries food items through floodwater brought by monsoon rain, intensified by tropical storm Trami, in Kawit town of Cavite city, south of Manila
A man carries food items through floodwater brought by monsoon rain, intensified by tropical storm Trami, in Kawit town of Cavite city, south of Manila

 

 

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