Odette aftermath: Some national roads in Cordillera closed

Sections of at least 5 national roads are closed due to minor landslides, says the DPWH in the Cordillera Administrative Region

LANDSLIDE. Minor landslides close some national roads to traffic in the Cordillera. Rappler file photo

BAGUIO CITY, Philippines – The Department of Public Works and Highways in the Cordillera Administrative Region announced that the following roads are closed to traffic due minor landslides since Friday morning, October 13, after Tropical Storm Odette (international name Khanun) hit the northern Philippines

  • Abra-Kalinga Road (Gacab, Malibcong sections)
  • Conner-Kabugao Road (Badduat and Luttuacan sections)
  • Calanasan Apayao-Ilocos Norte Road (Sadel section)
  • Banaue – Hungduan – Benguet Bdry Road (Tulludan, Tinoc sections)
  • Junction Talubin – Batlig – Natonin – Paracelis Road (Balabag section, Barlig)

Odette exited land late Friday morning through Ilocos Sur. – with a report from Mau Victa/Rappler.com