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91 viewsRAGING WATERS. Water released by National Power Corporation's Pulangi IV Hydroelectric Power Plant in Maramag, Bukidnon creates giant waves as it hits a concrete wall and rocks in this photo taken on December 28, 2011. The plant gradually released 42 million cubic meters on December 27 and 28, the highest in the history of the plant since 1985. MindaNews photo by Toto Lozano
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94 viewsMother and child take a nap inside a tent provided by Rotary International in Iligan City 30 December 2011. Iligan's first "Tent City" was erected at the compound of the north-bound bus terminal in Tambo, in an open space where the city government intends to build a children's park. MindaNews photo by Bobby Timonera
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91 viewsThe Tupag family, originally of Purok 6 in Bayug Island, one of the worst hit villages by the floods brought by Typhoon Sendong in Iligan City, move in to their temporary shelter 30 December 2011. Iligan's first "Tent City" was erected at the compound of the north-bound bus terminal in Tambo, in an open space where the city government intends to build a children's park. MindaNews photo by Bobby Timonera
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92 viewsSoldiers and other volunteers help set up tents provided by Rotary International in Iligan City 30 December 2011 for victims of Typhoon Sendong. Iligan's first "Tent City" was erected at the compound of the north-bound bus terminal in Tambo, in an open space where the city government intends to build a children's park. MindaNews photo by Bobby Timonera
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85 viewsIligan residents light candles on small plastic cups and let them float on the Mandulog River, scene of the most devastating flood in Iligan City on Dec. 29, 3011. MindaNews photo by Roel Catoto
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97 viewsA couple washes clothes in the Mandulog River in Iligan City on Dec. 29, 2011. The ruins of the old Mandulog bridge which was washed out by tropical storm Sendong looms in the background. MindaNews photo by Roel Catoto
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90 viewsWorkers of the Department of Public Works and Highways repaint a pedestrian lane along the highway in Iligan City on Thursday, December 29. The previous markings were washed out by the floods brought by Tropical Storm Sendong. MindaNews Photo by Ruby Thursday More
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93 viewsSignages bearing messages thanking Allah are posted on a tree in Barangay Hinaplanon, Iligan City on Thursday, December 29. Hinaplanon is one of the villages in Iligan badly affected by the flashfloods brought by Tropical Storm Sendong. MindaNews Photo by Ruby Thursday More
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107 viewsWorkers of the Iligan Light and Power Incorporated restore street lights in Barangay Hinaplanon Proper, Iligan City on Thursday, December 29. Along with the houses, power lines were also destroyed during the flashflood brought by Tropical Storm Sendong which killed 381 persons in Iligan City. MindaNews Photo by Ruby Thursday More
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101 viewsResidents survey the debris under the Pulangi Bridge in Barangay San Isidro in Valencia City, Bukidnon on Dec. 28, 2011. MindaNews photo by Toto Lozano
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88 viewsA boy holds a rosary in one of the games played by trauma speacialists in an evacuation center in Cagayan de Oro on Dec. 27, 2011. MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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94 viewsAlmost two weeks after tropical storm Sendong struck Cagayan de Oro City, most of the city's small side streets are still muddy. A resident takes off his rubber boots, preferring to walk barefoot in the mud along Acacia Street in Barangay Carmen on Dec. 28, 2011, one of the hardest hit areas in Cagayan de Oro City. MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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