Philippines

Tropical Cyclone in Philippines

English

Typhoon Ketsana hit the main island of Luzon on Sept. 26, with the resulting floods affecting tens of thousands of people and forcing the Philippines to appeal for international aid.

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TC-2009-000205-PHL

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Philippines

Occurance Date: 

26/09/2009

Tropical Cyclone in Philippines

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Due to heavy rains, around 382 families, 995 persons, evacuated in 6 municipalities of the Laguna Province.

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GLIDEnumber: 

TC-2009-000195-PHL

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Philippines

Occurance Date: 

13/09/2009

Tropical Cyclone in Philippines

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Nine have died or have gone missing due to tropical depression Maring that spawned rains and landslides in northern Philippines while the number of affected people doubled to over 300,000.

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Tropical Cyclone in Philippines

GLIDEnumber: 

TC-2009-000193-PHL

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Philippines

Occurance Date: 

10/09/2009
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latitude: 

11

longitude: 

122

Tropical cyclone in Philippines

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On 03 August 2009, Typhoon "Kiko" (MORAKOT) entered east northeast of Luzon, Philippines as a tropical depression and intensified into a typhoon with maximum center wind of 140 kph.

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Tropical cyclone in Philippines

GLIDEnumber: 

TC-2009-000152-PHL

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Philippines

Occurance Date: 

03/08/2009

Flash floods in Philippines

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Source : Glide number

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Flash floods in Philippines

GLIDEnumber: 

FF-2009-000152-PHL

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Philippines

Occurance Date: 

10/08/2009

Tropical cyclone in Philippines

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NDCC issued situation report and warning in Luzon.

Sources : Glide number

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Tropical cyclone in Philippines

GLIDEnumber: 

TC-2009-000119-PHL

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Philippines

Occurance Date: 

23/06/2009

Landslide in Philippines

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The death toll in a landslide that struck a mining village in the southern Philippines hit 26 as rescuers dug up more bodies overnight, officials said Tuesday(19/05/2009) - DPA Source : Glide number

 

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Landslide in Philippines

GLIDEnumber: 

LS-2009-000097-PHL

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Philippines

Occurance Date: 

19/05/2009

Tropical cyclone in Philippines

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NDCC reports Typhoon Chan-hom(Emong) causes landslides/floods in northern Luzon, 267 families/1,085 persons affected.

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Tropical cyclone in Philippines

GLIDEnumber: 

TC-2009-000093-PHL

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Philippines

Occurance Date: 

08/05/2009

Tropical cyclone in Philippines

English

NDCC reports TD Dante caused floods and landslides. 8 killed, 15 missing and 13,244 evacuated.

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Tropical cyclone in Philippines

GLIDEnumber: 

TC-2009-000088-PHL

Region: 

Philippines

Occurance Date: 

03/05/2009

Flash flood in Philippines

English

Continuous heavy rains in the low-lying areas along Chico River from 5:00 PM to 12:00 midnight (local time) of 21 April 2009 caused caused flash flooding in Rizal, Cagayan particularly to the barangays of Cambabangan, Nanungaran and Dunggan. As of initial report, 20 families or 110 persons were affected. However, there were no reported human casualties. Three (3) ferry boats docked in Rizal river bank without passengers were reported missing. Further 12 carabaos drowned in the said incident.-NDCC update dd 22/04/2009.

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Flash flood in Philippines

GLIDEnumber: 

FF-2009-000081-PHL

Region: 

Philippines

Occurance Date: 

21/04/2009

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