MANILA, Philippines – At least two people were hit by a fallen tree in Manay, Davao Oriental on early Tuesday, December 4, as Typhoon “Pablo” made landfall in the province.
Senior Supt Rommil Mitra, provincial police director, said the identities of the two, who were hit by a fallen tree at around 4 am Tuesday, were not immediately available. No casualties were reported so far.
Strong winds also toppled electric posts in the province, triggering power outage in 6 towns including the capital, Mati City.
Mitra said residents in high-risk areas were forced to evacuate Monday night. – Rappler.com
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