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55 viewsInstead of running away from the river with the rising water level as Typhoon Seniang batters Northern Mindanao, a boy 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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57 viewsResidents of Hinaplanon in Iligan City monitor the rising water of Mandulog River as Typhoon Seniang battered Northern Mindanao on Monday (29 Dec 2014). This same river swelled three years ago during Typhoon Sendong, which resulted in the death of hundreds. MindaNews photo by Bobby Timonera
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57 viewsSWELLING RIVER. Residents of Hinaplanon in Iligan City monitor the rising water of Mandulog River as Typhoon Seniang battered Northern Mindanao on Monday (29 Dec 2014). They are standing on what is left of Mandulog Bridge I, which collapsed as rampaging flood waters and thousands of logs from the mountain battered the bridgeâs foundations during Typhoon Sendong three years ago. Hundreds died that time. MindaNews photo by Bobby Timonera
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62 viewsVehicles try to negotiate a flooded part of the highway in barangay Lemon in Butuan City, December 28, 2014. Tropical storm Seniang has brought heavy rains across Mindanao since last week. MindaNews photo by Erwin Mascarinas
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61 viewsSurvivors and families of the victims of Typhooon Sendong, as well as sympathizers, stage a candle-lighting ceremony and threw flowers in the Mandulog River early morning Wednesday (17 Dec 2014) during the third anniversary of the devastating typhoon that brought floods and killed hundreds. Along with the ceremony was the plea for climate justice, and for the victims who were not given due benefits and services from the government. The activity was led by Iligan Survivors Movement. MindaNews photo by Aubrey Rocin Llamas
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58 viewsSurvivors and families of the victims of Typhooon Sendong, as well as sympathizers, stage a candle-lighting ceremony and threw flowers in the Mandulog River early morning Wednesday (17 Dec 2014) during the third anniversary of the devastating typhoon that brought floods and killed hundreds. Along with the ceremony was the plea for climate justice, and for the victims who were not given due benefits and services from the government. The activity was led by Iligan Survivors Movement. MindaNews photo by Aubrey Rocin Llamas
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53 viewsSurvivors and families of the victims of Typhooon Sendong, as well as sympathizers, stage a candle-lighting ceremony and threw flowers in the Mandulog River early morning Wednesday (17 Dec 2014) during the third anniversary of the devastating typhoon that brought floods and killed hundreds. Along with the ceremony was the plea for climate justice, and for the victims who were not given due benefits and services from the government. The activity was led by Iligan Survivors Movement. MindaNews photo by Aubrey Rocin Llamas
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63 viewsRUBY RECORDING. Butuan Mayor Ferdinand Amante uses his mobile phone to record a briefing on Typhoon Ruby in Butuan City on Saturday (6 Dec 2014). With him is DSWD Caraga director Minda Brigoli (in red) and Maj. Gen. Oscar Lactao, commanding general of the 4th Infantry Division. MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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60 viewsA family eats meals at the floor of the Surigao del Norte National High School in Surigao City as residents evacuate to safer grounds fearing the wrath of Typhoon Ruby on Saturday (6 Dec 2014). MindaNews photo by Erwin Mascarinas
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61 viewsCROWDED. Five families share a classroom at the Surigao del Norte National High School in Surigao City as residents evacuate to safer grounds fearing the wrath of Typhoon Ruby on Saturday (6 Dec 2014). MindaNews photo by Erwin Mascarinas
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59 viewsSome evacuees who find the temperature inside the classrooms too uncomfortable decided to stay and sleep on the floor and chairs in the hallway of the Surigao del Norte National High School in Surigao City as residents take precautions to be safe from the wrath of Typhoon Ruby on Saturday (6 Dec 2014). MindaNews photo by Erwin Mascarinas
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58 viewsTYPHOON VETERANS. An elderly couple, who claims to have survived countless of typhoons, sits on the cold concrete floor of the Surigao del Norte National High School classroom that was converted into an evacuation center in Surigao City Saturday (6 Dec 2014) as part of the preparation for Typhoon Ruby. Around 3,202 families or 14,185 individuals from coastal and island barangays evacuated to 27 evacuation centers around the city. Most of the evacuees returned to their homes by Sunday morning. MindaNews photo by Erwin Mascarinas
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