Several barangays in the Quezon Province disappeared off the face of the earth when they were totally submerged by floods.
Several temporary shelters or bunkhouses were damaged during the rampage of typhoon “Ruby”. Said bunkhouses were built after the onslaught of typhoon “Yolanda” last year.
After the onslaught of “Ruby”, Albay Governor Joey Salceda proudly declared in social media that Albay experienced “zero casualty”.
Davao City proper still in good weather, no rains, NO CANCELLation of classes and sea ransportation Wind, and sea stable, no single sign of Typhoon Ruby But All LGU’s of Davao including most of all of Central 911, trapcons and all are all vigilant, roaming around, on guarding all bridges, sea, bay walks area, rivers, small and big. Everything works good in Davao City with the Industry., Just waiting on standby for any assistance that […]
Despite being one of the hard-hit provinces, Sorsogon was able to endure typhoon “Ruby” with zero casualties.
Despite the strong winds and rain, residents of several towns in western Samar are in safe and good condition with the local government already distributing relief goods, with an estimated 400 families receiving much-needed aid.
In its continuing rampage, “Ruby” affected 23 municipalities in the Quezon Province with 8, 000 families forced to evacuate.
Residents in coastal areas of Batangas underwent preventive evacuation in preparation for the onslaught of “Ruby”.
Various areas in the city of Tacloban experienced flooding while several homes have their roofs torn off due to strong winds.
Masbate is the third province in the Bicol region to declare a state of calamity.
A buy-bust operation conducted in the highway near New Tarlac, Esperanza, Sultan Kudarat, nabs two suspects. photo credit: Bong Jacilan
Lapu-lapu City in Cebu experiences rains as “Ruby” passes the province.