The Philippines is known for having a balanced climate that’s why people all over the world prefers Asian countries like PH as a travel destination. However, the Philippines also faces several typh()ons and monsoons which sometimes brings d1saster to the country. But as for some Filipino typho()ns are just typho()ns. ” Bagyo ka lang Pinoy kami”. (a)
These past weeks, we have already encountered three typhoons and some Habagat. Classes have been suspended for almost a week, places and cities been flooded. Some citizens are just starting to recover from the previous typhoon when another one came again. This is the typho()n Josie.
This time, people from other provinces including some in Metro Manila aren’t able to resist. Yesterday, A netizen took social media to shout and cried for help, as our fellow Filipinos in Tarlac faced a nightmare everyone is afraid of.
Read her post below.
(a) Her post catches the heart of many netizens and all prayed for the safeties of the people in CAMILING, TARLAC after seeing those pictures and posts from the citizens themselves. Flash floods took down many houses and sadly lives of some people in the affected area.
People are crying for help as they are said to be having a hard time calling the NDRRMC hotline. The only way they could shout out their situation is through social media.
Rescuers are also inadequate as per those people. Asking for more rescuers to save them from flash flo()ds.
(a) The more alarming about their situation is, Josie already took some lives, children, and adults who weren’t able to resist the flo()d.
But seemed all the prayers are answered, whereas the latest weather bureau forecast reported that Tropical Depression Josie may exit the Philippines early today Monday, July 23. PAGASA has also lifted all tropical cyclone warnings to reflect this new data.
“Residents of these areas, especially those living near river channels, in low-lying areas and in mountainous areas are still advised to take appropriate actions against possible flooding and landslides, coordinate with local disaster risk reduction and management offices and continue monitoring for updates,” PAGASA said.
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