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57 viewsMichael Lindog shows how he carried the crucifix and the two statues that he saved from the ruins of San Vicente Ferrer chapel in Sitio Barobo, Barangay San Juan in Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur. Sendong razed down the chapel situated atop a hill. Photo taken Jan. 13, 2012 by Bobby Timonera / MindaNews-SCLF-Fastenopfer
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66 viewsIsidro Lincones, the lay preacher tasked by the church to say masses in the absence of a priest, looks at the remains of the San Vicente Ferrer chapel in Sitio Barobo, Barangay San Juan in Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur on Jan. 13, 2012. Sendong razed down the chapel situated atop a hill. Photo by Bobby Timonera / MindaNews-SCLF-Fastenopfer
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47 viewsThe house of Jimmy and Evangeline Acedella, of the small island of Maowa in Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur, was split into two when the strong winds of typhoon Sendong toppled a coconut tree, falling right into their house. Photo by Bobby Timonera / MindaNews-SCLF-Fastenopfer
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74 viewsVirgil Ronquillo and son "Sendong," who was born dawn of Dec. 17. His wife lilibeth started to feel labor pains 11 p.m. of Dec. 16, a few hours after Sendong destroyed their house in Barangay Cambatong, Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur. Photo by Bobby Timonera / MindaNews-SCLF-Fastenopfer
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58 viewsJocelyn Verano in her damaged house in Barangay Loyola in Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur Jan. 12, 2012. Not heeding warnings on typhoon Sendong's possible damage, she opted to stay in her bahay kubo with her two little children. But when neighbors shouted that her house was falling, she finally got out with an infant in her arms and a 3-year-old kid following her, just in time. Photo by Bobby Timonera / MindaNews-SCLF-Fatenopfer
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50 viewsHinatuan Mayor Candelario Viola Jr. explains the municipal government's contingency plans in case of disasters. Sendong, he said, was the worst disaster Hinatuan ever had. Photo taken Jan. 13, 2012 by Bobby Timonera / MindaNews-SCLF-Fastenopfer
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57 viewsPAGASA's multimillion-peso doppler radar, situated right in the middle of Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur, is used to predict storms and volume of rains, but even the houses next to it were damaged from the strong rains and winds of typhoon Sendong. Photo taken Jan. 12, 2012 by Bobby Timonera / MindaNews-SCLF-Fastenopfer
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58 viewsConcerned citizens use an improvised raft made out of banana trunk to ferry their neighbors trapped in a flood that hit the town of Asuncion, Davao del Norte morning of January 14, 2012. MindaNews Photo by Toto Lozano
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64 viewsA resident of Poblacion in Asuncion, Davao del Norte wades through flood water morning of January 14, 2012. Several villages were evacuated and were brought to the town gymnasium. MindaNews Photo by Toto Lozano
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54 viewsA resident of Barangay Buclad in Asuncion, Davao del Norte carries bamboo poles and tarpaulin which will be used as his temporary shelter after a flood hit their town morning of January 14, 2012. MindaNews Photo by Toto Lozano
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62 viewsNonoy Osiba, 46, separates gold dusts from soil and dirt at a "ball mill" plant in Sitio Haguimit, Panganason, Pantukan in Compostela Valley on January 7, 2011. Osiba fears that they will lose their source of income once operations will be stopped. MindaNews photo by Toto Lozano
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57 viewsNonoy Osiba, 46, pans gold amalgam at a "ball mill" plant in Sitio Haguimit, Panganason, Pantukan in Compostela Valley on January 7, 2011. Osiba fears that they will lose their source of income once operations will be stopped. MindaNews photo by Toto Lozano
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