66 dead, 66 missing in Cordilleras after Typhoon Ompong – CRDRRMC
MANILA, Philippines – The Cordillera Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (CRDRRMC) reported Tuesday, evening, September 10, that there were 66 dead and 66 missing as a result of Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut).
The CRDRRMC, in its 10 pm update, listed the following numbers for the dead and missing in the Cordilleras.
- Baguio City - 11
- Kalinga - 1
- Mt. Province - 6
- Tuba - 1
- La Trinidad - 3
- Itogon - 44
- Baguio City - 4
- Benguet - 62
Rescuers in Itogon, Benguet scrambled to search for survivors of massive landslides that overran small-scale mining areas and destroyed bunkhouses. – Rappler.com
In these changing times, courage and clarity become even more important.
Take discussions to the next level with Rappler PLUS — your platform for deeper insights, closer collaboration, and meaningful action.
Sign up today and access exclusive content, events, and workshops curated especially for those who crave clarity and collaboration in an intelligent, action-oriented community.
As an added bonus, we’re also giving a free 1-year Booky Prime membership for the next 200 subscribers.
You can also support Rappler without a PLUS membership. Help us stay free and independent by making a donation: https://www.rappler.com/crowdfunding. Every contribution counts.