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61 viewsDAMAGED BRIDGE. The bridge in Barangay Mambuaya in Balingasag town, Misamis Oriental leans to its side on Dec. 30, 2014 after it was damaged by floodwater brought by tropical storm Seniang. MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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64 viewsONE WAY TRAFFIC. A Department of Public Works and Highways employee regulates traffic over the bridge in Barangay Mambuaya in Balingasag town, Misamis Oriental on Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014. The bridge was damaged the day before by the floodwater brought by tropical storm Seniang disrupting travel between Cagayan de Oro and Butuan cities. MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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65 viewsRescuers and residents help each other in rescuing a child trapped with relatives in Barangay Sihayon, Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental, December 29, 2014 as Typhoon Seniang battered the province. Governor Yevgeny Emano said the Provincial Board has placed the province under a state of calamity. MindaNews photo by Erwin Mascarinas
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71 viewsResidents gather whatever they can carry away from their flooded homes after flood waters spawned by Tropical Storm Seniang swept through Barangay Sihayon, Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental, 29 December 2014. MindaNews photo by Erwin Mascarinas
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68 viewsResidents run as they cross the bridge in Barangay Bobontugan in Jasaan town, Misamis Oriental as flood waters threaten to destroy the structure, December 29, 2014. MindaNews photo by Erwin Mascarinas
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65 viewsA couple wades across the flood in barangay Mandangoa, Balingasag town in MisamisOriental, 29 Dec. 2014. MindaNews photo by Erwin Mascarinas
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60 viewsA man carries an elderly woman away from their flooded house after waters swept through most of the homes in barangay Mandangoa, Balingasag town in MisamisOriental. MindaNews photo by Erwin Mascarinas
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65 viewsPeople stay on the bridge to watch the rampaging flood in Barangay Bobontugan in Jasaan town, Misamis Oriental, December 29, 2014. MindaNews photo by Erwin Mascarinas
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64 viewsDespite heavy rains brought by tropical storm Seniang, life goes on for this vegetable vendor in Malaybalay City on Monday (Dec. 29). MindaNews photo by Walter I. Balane
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57 viewsA mother and her daughters peep through a window from their house beside the Sawaga River in Malaybalay City on Monday (Dec. 29). The river's water level rose from 0.83 meter around 10:40a.m. Sunday to 2.4 meters as of 4:50p.m. Monday with heavy rains brought by tropical storm Seniang. MindaNews photo by Walter I. Balane
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61 viewsSawaga River, which passes through downtown Malaybalay City, swells from 0.83 meter around 10:40a.m. Sunday to 2.4 meters as of 4:50p.m. Monday as tropical storm Seniang dumps heavy rains across Northern Mindanao. This is the portion of the river at the diversion bridge in Barangay Sumpong, where the Department of Science and Technology set up a stream gauge equipment. MindaNews photo by Walter I. Balane
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59 viewsInstead of running away from the river with the rising water level as Typhoon Seniang batters Northern Mindanao, a teenager leaps into the strong current of Palao River in Iligan City to retrieve debris Monday afternoon (29 Dec 2014). MindaNews photo by Bobby Timonera
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