PHOTO NEWS OF THE DAY: CALAMITY- Philippine’s Typhoon Ulysses / Vamco

Photo taken on November 14, 2020, shows situation in Barangays Pacac and Logung, Amulung which were severely affected by the overflow of the Cagayan river.
Released by Cagayan PIO/Leon Antonio, Jr. and Kaycee Dumlao
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The update-11.14.2020

Sick Earth Plague Day 354

Not only Marikina and Rizal: Isabela submerged, too; appeals for aid

Floodwaters in Isabela inundated several houses and other facilities including this basketball court, revealing only the backboard of a basketball ring in Sta. Maria town. Photo from Rodentor Mallannao Tagueg

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Cagayan governor appeals for help from national gov't as province hit with 'worst' floods

Cagayan residents take shelter in this Nov. 14, 2020 photo on their rooftop from floods called by Gov. Manuel Mamba as the “worst” in memory.

Cagayan Provincial Information Office/Francis Jorque

Cagayan under state of calamity due to massive flooding

Floodwaters  submerge a school in in Baggao, Cagayan. (Photo courtesy of Anakpawis Cagayan)

A resident of Alcala, Cagayan uses a wooden boat to navigate a flooded barangay after Typhoon Ulysses struck the province.  (Photo courtesy of Amihan Cagayan)

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Ulysses’ fury ravages P4.25 billion in infra, roadsPICKING UP THE PIECES. Residents beging cleaning up and picking up the pieces of what’s left of their belongings after the flood has subsided at North Libis, Banaba, San Mateo, Rizal following overnight rains induced by “Ulysses”, the third typhoon to hit Luzon in as many weeks.

Marikina placed under state of calamity

“I have declared a state of calamity for the city of Marikina to allow the government to effectively address the needs of our constituents,” he said in Filipino over CNN Philippines.

Edd Gumban
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Ulysses deaths hit 42; dozens missing

Residents slog through mud and debris as they retrieve belongings from their flooddamaged homes in Southville subdivision in Rodriguez, Rizal yesterday. Thick mud coated several barangays in Marikina City and Rizal province after Typhoon Ulysses spawned extensive flooding that sent residents fleeing to their roofs.

KJ Rosales
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