Monday, December 26, 2016

Typhoon NinaPH aftermath: Marinduque, Albay, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur most affected

An aftermath in Boac. Photo courtesy: Carlo M. Manay

Typhoon NinaPH (Nock-Ten) had maximum sustained winds of up to 105 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 130 kph moving West Northwest at 20 kph. By December 24, it had intensified with a maximum sustained winds of up to 135 kph and gustiness of up to 165 kph moving at 17 kph.

By December 25 Signal No. 4 was raised over Catanduanes and Camarines Sur, Signal No. 3 hoisted in Burias Islands, Albay, Camarines Norte, Southern Quezon, Sorsogon and Marinduque.

On December 26 NINA at 4:00 am had maximum sustained wind of 150 kph and gustiness of up to 250 kph.

Boac market area. Photo: Carlo M. Manay

A total of 77,560 families or 383,097 persons were pre-emptively evacuated in Regions Calabarzon, Mimaropa, V and VIII. 72,869 persons were affected in 202 barangays in Region Mimaropa and V.

Viewing initial damage. Photo courtesy: Bernadine O. Mercado

Marinduque

In Marinduque 859 families 2,429 persons were evacuated to school buildings, barangay halls, and some government buildings.

The number of persons evacuated in the town of Boac was 618, in Gasan 701, Mogpog 165, Buenavista 557, Sta. Cruz 235 and in Torrijos 144.

School building in Torrijos. Photo courtesy: Toper Matienzo

NinaPH made 5 landfalls. The first landfall was in Bato, Catanduanes on Dec. 25 at 6:30 pm, the second at Sagnay, Camarines Sur at 9:30 pm. Then it made landfalls in San Andres, Quezon at 2:00 am and over Marinduque at 4:30 am. The typhoon weakened as it crossed the Mongpong Pass between Marinduque and Quezon province then made landfall over Verde Island, Batangas.

One of numerous electrical posts blown down. Photo: Bernadine O. Mercado

A total of 83 areas in Regions Mimaropa and V are experiencing power interruptions with 7 power lines in Regions Calabarzon, Mimaropa and V cut-off since December 25.

Most affected provinces

Most affected provinces were Marinduque, Albay, Camarines Norte and Camarines Sur.

As of 4:00 am, 26 December a total of 12,019 passengers, 1,047 rolling cargoes, 43 vessels and 6 motorbancas were stranded in different ports in Coast Guards Disticts of Southern Luzon, Bicol, Central, Eastern and Western Visayas.

Another house in Boac damaged. Photo: Bernadine O. Mercado

A total of 86 flights were cancelled due to bad weather condition, of which 70 are domestic flights and 16 are international flights.

The Office of Civil Defense (OCD) Mimaropa had earlier conducted an ocular inspection of the status of the Boac River together with BFP Boac, deployed personnel to coordinate with PDRRMOC in Marinduque along with those in the provinces of Or. Mindoro, Occ. Mindoro and Romblon for coordination, monitoring and assistance.

In Marinduque, MDRRMC's of its six municipalities had earlier readied sacks of rice, boxes of sardines and other food supplies for the evacuees with all operations centers placed on Red Alert Status. 

Owners fixing their stalls. Photo: Carlo M. Manay

Continuous coordination are being undertaken by the LGU's with the National Disaster and Risk Reduction Management Council and all other concerned agencies of government including DPWH, DSWD, DILG, NFA, DA and DepEd for all the necessary assistance.
Typhoon Nina's actual path in the island of Marinduque. Posted on FB by Pongkoy MG Panther Manrique

Meanwhile, Marinduque Congressman Lord Allan Velasco has posted the following in his FB:  


"MGA MINAMAHAL KUNG KABABAYAN, Ako po ay humingi na ng tulong kay Pangulo, Sec. Bong Go, Sec. Cusi, at kay Wen sa kanya pung Pilipinong May Puso Foundation. mayroon na po tayung mga relief goods dyan galing sa Foundation at may mga parating pa po. Bukas po ay mamimili ako ng mga Yero at iba pang kagamitan.. GOD WILL PROVIDE 🙏🏻"

Another downed electrical post.  Photo: Toper Matienzo


Source: From reports and NDRRMC

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