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74 viewsFLOODED EVACUATION CENTER. Hundreds of residents are currently staying at the municipal gymnasium in Mainit town,Surigao del Norte due to continuous heavy rains. At least 1,200 families were displaced in 14 of 21 barangays in the lakeshore town when Lake Mainit overflowed Tuesday night, turning portions of the Agusan del Norte-Surigao del Norte highway into a virtual sea, and the Mainit gym also flooded.
Some evacuees have been staying there since January 17. MindaNews photo by Keith Bacongco
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79 viewsFLOODED EVACUATION CENTER. Hundreds of residents are currently staying at the municipal gymnasium in Mainit town,Surigao del Norte due to continuous heavy rains. At least 1,200 families were displaced in 14 of 21 barangays in the lakeshore town when Lake Mainit overflowed Tuesday night, turning portions of the Agusan del Norte-Surigao del Norte highway into a virtual sea, and the Mainit gym also flooded.
Some evacuees have been staying there since January 17. MindaNews photo by Keith Bacongco
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Flooded Evacuation Center66 viewsFLOODED EVACUATION CENTER. Hundreds of residents are currently staying at the municipal gymnasium in Mainit town,Surigao del Norte due to continuous heavy rains. At least 1,200 families were displaced in 14 of 21 barangays in the lakeshore town when Lake Mainit overflowed Tuesday night, turning portions of the Agusan del Norte-Surigao del Norte highway into a virtual sea, and the Mainit gym also flooded.
Some evacuees have been staying there since January 17. MindaNews photo by Keith Bacongco
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75 viewsA bus navigates through the flooded national highway village in
Kitcharao, Agusan del Norte on Thursday. Hundreds of houses have been submerged when Lake Mainit overflowed due to heavy rains. Mindanews Photo by Keith Bacongco
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69 viewsSince most of the light passenger vehicles cannot cross the flooded portions of the national highway linking Butuan and Surigao cities, commuters have to hitch on trucks to reach their destinations. Hundreds of commuters have been stranded since Tuesday because of the flooded portions of the national highway from Santiago town in Agusan del Norte to Alegria town, in Surigao del Norte. Mindanews Photo by
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66 viewsKITCHARAO, Agusan del Norte- SAVING PETS. Residents use wooden raft to save their pet dogs in Kitcharao town, Agusan del Norte, on Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. MindaNews photo by Keith Bacongco
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110 viewsSANTIAGO, Agusan del Norte- DRY UP THERE. A boy is perched on top of a highway marker in Barangay Cabdiangan, Kitcharao town in Agusan del Norte on Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2011. MindaNews photo by Roel N. Catoto
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83 viewsSANTIAGO, Agusan del Norte- Enterprising residents carry stranded passengers on their boats at the flooded portion of of the Butuan-Surigao National Highway in Purok 8, Barangay Tagbuyacan in Santiago town, Agusan del Norte onTuesday, Feb. 1, 2011. Residents have to pay P20 per head to be able to cross the flooded portion of the national highway. MindaNews photo by Roel N. Catoto
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78 viewsA military convoy carrying relief goods navigates through the flooded national highway on Thursday at Barangay San Roque in Kitcharao, Agusan del Norte. Elements of the Charlie Company of the 30th Infantry Battalion transported relief goods from Butuan City to Mainit town, also in Agusan del Norte. Mindanews Photo by Keith Bacongco
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85 viewsA military convoy carrying relief goods navigates through the flooded national highway on Thursday at Barangay San Roque in Kitcharao, Agusan del Norte. Elements of the Charlie Company of the 30th Infantry Battalion transported relief goods from Butuan City to Mainit town, also in Agusan del Norte. Mindanews Photo by Keith Bacongco
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85 viewsA man use wooden raft to navigate throught the flood in Santiago town, Agusan del Norte, on Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. MindaNews photo by Keith Bacongco
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97 viewsSAVED. Residents board an Army truck that will bring them to safer grounds in Barangay Darong, Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur Tuesday, January 18. Flash floods Monday night swept away at least 100 houses in four villages in Barangay Darong, killing three persons. The flood also caused an eight-kilometer traffic jam along the highway that links Davao City with the cities of Cotabato and General Santos. MindaNews
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