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99 viewsHeavy equipment workers clear up the highway in Sapang Dalaga, Misamis Occidental after non-stop rains since Wednesday evening until late morning today, Thursday 9 February 2012 caused landslides in the municipality. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraFeb 09, 2012
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88 viewsBishop Elenito Galido welcomes Maribel Nagita and her family to a bunkhouse in Barangay Luinab in Iligan City built by the Catholic church Feb. 6, 2012. The Diocese of Iligan has so far provided temporary homes for 48 families, among them for the families of 12 carpenters who volunteered to build shelters Sendong evacuees. Maribel was 8 months pregnant at the time but was still able to climb up a mango tree with his son 4-year-old son Karlvin and 15 others in the neighborhood. Her husband Carlo, who prioritized his family’s safety, was swept by the flood when a log hit him. Fortunately, he was able to grab a branch of a Talisay tree downstream. The family was reunited the morning after, and Maribel gave birth to Aljur last January 25. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraFeb 06, 2012
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91 viewsAlthough measuring only 8x12 feet, the Daarol family could not contain their happiness as they move into a bunkhouse Feb. 6, 2012 in Barangay Luinab, Iligan City provided by the Catholic church. The Diocese of Iligan has so far provided temporary homes for 48 families, among them for the families of 12 carpenters who volunteered to build shelters Sendong evacuees. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraFeb 06, 2012
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96 views8-year-old Patrick Daarol helps unload his family's belongings on Feb. 6, 2012 to a small bunkhouse in Luinab, Iligan City that will be their temporary home until they get a house of their own. The Diocese of Iligan has so far provided temporary homes for 48 families, among them for the families of 12 carpenters who volunteered to build shelters for Sendong evacuees. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraFeb 06, 2012
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93 viewsAided by soldiers, Sendong evacuees in Iligan City move to bunkhouses built by the Catholic church in Purok 5, Barangay Luinab Feb. 6, 2012. The church has so far provided temporary homes for 48 families, among them for the families of 12 carpenters who volunteered to build the shelters. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraFeb 06, 2012
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95 viewsA boy helps pack things at the evacuation center at the Ubaldo Laya Elementary School as his family, who lost their home during the flashfloods brought about by Typhoon Sendong, readies to move to a bunkhouse built by the Catholic church in Purok 5, Barangay Luinab in Iligan City Feb. 6, 2012. The Diocese of Iligan has so far provided temporary homes for 48 families, among them for the families of 12 carpenters who volunteered to build the shelters. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraFeb 06, 2012
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93 viewsA couple comfort each other during a Mass on 25 January 2012 commemorating the 40th day since the killer floods brought about by Typhoon Sendong wiped out villages and killed 700 people while around 500 still missing. In the Catholic tradition, the 40th day is believed to be the day when the deceased ascends into heaven. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraJan 25, 2012
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92 viewsIliganons join the Mass on 25 January 2012 commemorating the 40th day since the killer floods brought about by Typhoon Sendong wiped out villages and killed 700 people while around 500 still missing. In the Catholic tradition, the 40th day is believed to be the day when the deceased ascends into heaven. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraJan 25, 2012
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88 viewsIliganons prepare to release wish lanterns on 25 January 2012 commemorating the 40th day since the killer floods brought about by Typhoon Sendong wiped out villages and killed 700 people while around 500 still missing. In the Catholic tradition, the 40th day is believed to be the day when the deceased ascends into heaven. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraJan 25, 2012
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89 viewsRelatives of casualties of Typhoon Sendong prepare to release wish lanterns on 25 January 2012 commemorating the 40th day since the killer floods wiped out villages and killed 700 people while around 500 still missing. In the Catholic tradition, the 40th day is believed to be the day when the deceased ascends into heaven. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraJan 25, 2012
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100 viewsRelatives of casualties of Typhoon Sendong join the Mass on 25 January 2012 commemorating the 40th day since the killer floods wiped out villages and killed 700 people while around 500 still missing. In the Catholic tradition, the 40th day is believed to be the day when the deceased ascends into heaven. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraJan 25, 2012
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89 viewsJake and Maureen Cortes prepare on 25 January 2012 to release balloons with a tarpauline with the pictures of their three siblings Maylene Fe, Kyle Cheryl and Sweety Mae during the 40th day commemoration of the floods brought about by Typhoon Sendong in Iligan City. The bodies of Maylene Fe and Sweety Mae had been buried, while that of the infant Kyle Cheryl has not been found yet. Jan 25, 2012
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