The Worst Flooding In Philippines
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Driving rain on the heels of back-to-back storms triggered dozens of landslides across the northern Philippines on Friday, burying more than 160 people, washing away villages and leaving almost an entire province under water. The latest deluge brought the death toll to nearly 500 from the Philippines’ worst flooding in 40 years after storms started pounding the country’s north on Sept. 26.
The Government relief workers in raincoat, clearing the vehicles struck in the flooded mountain road near a bridge in La Trinidad, Benguet.
Here we can find the residential area submerged in the floodwater in Angono town, east of Manila, Philippines.
People using the ATM machines in the town of Santa Cruz, for their daily business.
People working with the help of candles, due to electricity break down…
A shop keeper wades through a flooded portion of a supermarket at Santa Cruz township, Laguna province, south of Manila, Philippines,
A man uses his boat to shop inside a flooded store at Santa Cruz township.
People using home made boat for shopping at a store along flooded waters in Taytay township, Rizal province, Philippines.
Residents along with their belongings wade through floodwaters in Taytay township, Rizal province, Philippines.
Here we can see the small boats and tricycles to commute on the resumption of work amidst flooding at Santa Cruz township.
Filipinos on improvised floats wait for passengers as others walk along a flooded road in Taytay township.
People waiting for their turn to receive relief goods after floodwater subsides, in this aerial picture Monday.
Childrens playing at the temporary school, which once used to be a poultry farm.
The houses submerged in the flooded waters in Baguio city, northern Philppines.
Garbage almost clogged up a street as residents started to clean their houses after flood water subsides in Pasig City, east of Manilaa, Philippines.
Workers collect recyclables from piles of debris from Typhoon Ketsana in Marikina town, east of Manila, Philippines.
A man arranges the makeshift beds inside a flooded church in the town of Santa Cruz.
Mothers cuddle their babies as they undergo medical consultation at Cainta Town Hall at Cainta township, Rizal province east of Manila.
A child and her mother waiting at their home for relief workers to help them.
A man rides his scooter in heavy rains to reach his destination in Tungshan, Ilan county, in northeast Taiwan.
Tricycle drivers transport passengers along a flooded street in the town of Santa Cruz, Laguna province south of Manila.