The Philippines has been hit hard by this year’s strongest cyclone, Gani. thus far 4 deaths are reported within the storm. Authorities warned of a “catastrophic” storm on Sunday (November 1). quite 3 lakh people are displaced thus far thanks to the cyclone.
At 4:50 a.m. civil time on Sunday, the guinea pig came ashore from the island of Catanduanes, south of Luzon, the most island of the Philippines. The Philippine Meteorological Bureau said the typhoon then returned to sea for a second time with “destructive” strong winds and heavy rain.
There might be “devastating strong winds and heavy to very heavy rainfall” over the provinces of the Bikol region. it’s also expected to affect parts of Kejan, Laguna and Batangas south of Manila.
Authorities said heavy rains, flash floods and landslides were expected in several parts of the country within the next 12 hours.
The storm hit the coastal area of Bikol at a speed of 225 km per hour within the morning civil time on Sunday (November 1). The country’s meteorological office said.
So far 4 deaths are reported within the storm. one among them, a five-year-old child, died in Albe province. Two others died after falling into a stream. The administration reported the death of another person when a tree fell within the storm.
Due to the storm, the country’s airports, educational institutions, gymnasiums and everything else has been temporarily closed. The cyclone is predicted to hit the capital, Manila, within the next few hours.
Typhoon Haiyan in 2013 killed 6,000 people within the Philippines.