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The September 20 landslide killed at least 65 people and injured 18 others. At least 21 people are still missing, while 1,716 families are still in evacuation centers.
PRESS RELEASE. Other AboitizPower units up north have been similarly busy, specifically in areas without electricity following Typhoon Ompong’s onslaught there.
The September 20 landslide, which was triggered by days of heavy rain, also injures at least 10 people
Disaster scientist Mahar Lagmay laments that while technology allowed officials to see the problem, it wasn't used to solve it
At least 10 others are injured, while it is unclear how many remain missing
Search and rescue operations are still ongoing for residents believed to be trapped in their homes
Affected families are staying in 5 evacuation centers as rescue and retrieval operations continue
(UPDATED) According to reports, the city government has only declared a state of calamity in the villages of Tinaan, Naalad, Mainit, Pangdan, and Cabungahan
(UPDATED) Police report 7 people are injured following the landslide that affected around 24 houses in two different barangays
A landslide caused by heavy monsoon rains kills at least 3 people and buries dozens of homes in Naga City, Cebu
(5th UPDATE) Days of heavy monsoon rains causes a steep slope of crumbly limestone and soil to collapse into a number of homes early Thursday when many people would still have been in bed
Nanay Linda Ligmon and Bajekjek Orquillos are two of the Sumilao farmers who returned to the streets to support Leni Robredo