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9 viewsSpecial Rescue Unit from the Bureau of Fire Department continues to search for cadavers from the landslide area in Sitio Tinabon, Kusiong, Datu Odin Sinsuat, Maguindanao on Monday (31 October 2022) after Typhoon “Paeng” raved the area. MindaNews photo by FERDINANDH CABRERA
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5 viewsA total of 12 bodies – some in coffins, others in body bags (those that were newly retrieved) –were buried here using a back hoe in a mass burial ceremony on Monday (31 October 2022) in Kusiong, Datu Odin Sinsuat, Maguindanao. The mass burial site is not less than a kilometer away from the place where the victims were killed in a landslide as a result of Typhoon “Paeng.” Seven members of the Sapi clan were buried here, while a baby is still missing. MindaNews photo by FERDINANDH CABRERA
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25 viewsA motorcycle rider drives past a landslide area in Iligan City’s circumferential road (more commonly known as C3) in Barangay del Carmen on Tuesday (8 March 2022), a day after non-stop rains flooded many low-lying areas, including downtown, for two days. Although the thick concrete walls on both sides of the mountain were only recently finished, they were no match to nature’s wrath. MindaNews photo by BOBBY TIMONERA
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37 viewsThe Philippine flag stands tall amid the ruins of what used to be the barangay hall of Poblacion 2 in the municipality of Burgos in Siargao Island. Typhoon “Odette” razed the building to the ground. MindaNews photo taken 13 January 2022 by ROEL N. CATOTO
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27 viewsThis used to be among the best private beach houses in Barangay Alegria in the municipality of Santa Monica but has now become an apocalyptic scene after typhoon “Odette” wreaked havoc on Siargao Island. MindaNews photo taken 13 January 2022 by ROEL N. CATOTO
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29 viewsA barge loaded with soldiers and relief goods docks at Bilang Bilang Port in Surigao City on Monday (11 January 2022). It is set to leave for Dinagat Island to assist victims of Typhoon “Odette.” MindaNews photo by ROEL N. CATOTO
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28 viewsReal Radio in Surigao City signs off as Typhoon “Odette” toppled its tower. At least 30 media workers in Surigao City lost their jobs as radio communication facilities were destroyed. Photo taken on January 10, 2022. Photo by Roel N. Catoto
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28 viewsThe tower of the old site of radio station RPN-DXKS, situated at the junction of Gov. Jose Sering and Rizal Streets in Surigao City, collapsed during the onslaught of Typhoon “Odette.” The station has moved to another part of town and built a stronger tower that withstood the typhoon, and is now the only radio station in town that is still broadcasting. At least 30 media workers lost their jobs in Surigao City as radio communication facilities were destroyed. Photo taken on 10 January 2022. MindaNews photo by ROEL N. CATOTO
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38 viewsResidents in Barangay San Mateo in the municipality of Burgos in Siargao Island receive relief goods from Good Samaritans who visited the area Wednesday (6 January 2022). Typhoon “Odette” devastated many parts of the island. MindaNews photo by ROEL N. CATOTO
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30 viewsResidents in Barangay San Mateo in the municipality of Burgos in Siargao Island receive mineral water and other goods from Good Samaritans who visited the area Wednesday (6 January 2022). Typhoon “Odette” devastated many parts of the island. MindaNews photo by ROEL N. CATOTO
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30 viewsA Good Samaritan reaches out to a farming community in a remote village in the municipality of Burgos in Siargao Island to distribute relief goods on Wednesday (6 January 2022). Typhoon “Odette” devastated many parts of the island. MindaNews photo by ROEL N. CATOTO
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27 viewsWorkers clean up debris along the highway in Maigo, Lanao del Norte the morning after a flood hit the area on Monday (3 January 2022). MindaNews photo by MARIVIC OMANDAM DAVIS
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