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Old 12-18-2011, 01:25 PM   #1
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Huge flood in the Philippines - 650+ dead

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Philippine Floods, Landslides Kill 652 - Bloomberg

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Tropical Storm Washi, the most- devastating cyclone to hit the Philippines this year, killed at least 652 people, according to the Red Cross. With hundreds still unaccounted for, the death toll is likely to rise.

Washi pummeled northern Mindanao, which is unaccustomed to cyclones, overflowing rivers and flooding coastal cities at the early hours of Dec. 17 while people were asleep. The storm dumped 181 millimeters of rain per hour compared to the 25 millimeters per hour typical in the region, said Benito Ramos, administrator of the Office of Civil Defense. Local governments didnít carry out preemptive evacuations even after warnings of flooding and landslides, he said.

The Philippines is regularly battered by cyclones that form over the Pacific Ocean, usually sparing southern provinces. In September 2009, Typhoon Ketsana flooded Manila and parts of Luzon, killing more than 400 people. Shortly after, Typhoon Parma followed a similar path, leading to a combined death toll of at least 929 people, damaging more than 38 billion pesos ($867 million) of homes, infrastructure and farm output.
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Old 12-18-2011, 01:27 PM   #2
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Old 12-18-2011, 09:25 PM   #3
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Old 12-18-2011, 09:35 PM   #4
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how abot dem philippine dryed mangos i ned my fix of dat whn im flyin high nomsayin'
Are you an idiot? How about some respect?

Rest in Peace to the people in my homeland, best to all those affected.

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Old 12-18-2011, 10:10 PM   #5
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I know some people that live(d) in northern Mindanao, hope they're not affected :/

RIP to the ones that died and condolences to the ones that have lost a loved one
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man....just hope it doesn't hit the manilla..relatives called my family about the news
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My condolences to all those who were affected by it back home. Mother nature needs to take a chill pill =/
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Im in manila right now and its like nothing happened. Everyone here is rushing to buy christmas presents. I honestly didnt even know there was a flood until i checked this post.
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i have been following the news for quite some time. it seems like philippines is always a victim of torrential rains, and floods and earthquakes, year after year!
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i have been following the news for quite some time. it seems like philippines is always a victim of torrential rains, and floods and earthquakes, year after year!
it's the region they're located in due to the trade winds and tectonic plates.
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