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In the onslaught of typhoon Helen, Marikina authorities has raised the first alarm on Marikina river water level reached the 15-meter mark Wednesday afternoon. The city's public information office, in its Twitter account, said
In posts on its Twitter account, the city public information office said the rise in the water level was prompted by rain over the Marikina Watershed. "Ang biglaang pagtaas ng ating Marikina River ay dahil sa ulan na nararanasan natin sa Marikina
At 1 a.m. the dam's water level was at 80.31 meters, beyond its spilling level. Meanwhile, areas near the Marikina River were placed on Alert 3 as of 1:20 a.m. after the river level rose to 17.3 meters, the Marikina Public Information Office reported.
Strong waves in Manila Bay cause water to overflow to both lanes, Roxas Blvd via YouScooper Alvin Santos. Watch it on this link - Strong waves in Manila Bay SOURCE: GMA News
Marikina City officials ordered a preparation for possible forced evacuation to residents nearby Marikina Level as the water level rose to 16 meters at 10:00AM, Wednesday. Under the city's alarm level, Alarm Level 1 is raised if
ABS-CBN reported that about 400 families were evacuated as flood waters raised up to waist-line in some village in Cebu past midnight Tuesday. The said flooding was caused by the heavy rains brought by the low pressure area.
Surigao, Philippines - National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council reported that floods from heavy rain brought by a low-pressure area have reached waist-high level in some areas of Surigao and Agusan provinces. <
MANILA, Philippines - A massive forced evacuation among residents in the country’s Eastern Seaboard is underway following an Alert Level 2 Tsunami warning by disaster authorities Friday evening after an 8.9 magnitude