10 Photos that Show the Aftermath of Typhoon Glenda in Metro Manila

10 Photos that Show the Aftermath of Typhoon Glenda in Metro Manila

 

When in Manila, 24 years ago, it was July 16, when Luzon was shook by a magnitude 7.8 earthquake – the earthquake that toppled down the Hyatt Terraces Hotel in Baguio City into rubble. Now, July 16, 2014 will etch in our memories how Typhoon Glenda battered and bruised our city with strong howling winds that caused roofs to fly and uprooted even some of the ginormous trees and electric posts we thought had stronghold on the ground where they are planted/installed. 

The strong winds (and rains) have subsided, and with that, we saw what the typhoon has caused. We collected photos to show you the aftermath of typhoon Glenda. Even though these don’t show gruesome images as that of Ondoy, the damages are still huge and could have caused casualties had we not prepared for it. Actually, one of these had a casualty. 

We hope your home / car / office building / business establishment / historic tree was spared. 

Fallen rubber tree that crushes a car in Magallanes Village, Makati City.

Typhoon Glenda (3)

(Source: Zhander Cayabyab, dzMM) 

The uprooted 100-year old Acacia tree in Malacañan.

Typhoon Glenda (2)

(Source: @tata_gil)

Fallen signpost in Marcos Highway, Marikina City.

Typhoon Glenda (4)

(Source: Adrian Ayalin, ABS-CBN News)

Bent scaffolding along McKinley Parkway in BGC, Taguig City.

Typhoon Glenda (6)

(Source: @ThatChinitaGirl)

The clearing operation done in Quezon City.

Typhoon Glenda (1)

(Source: @meralco) 

Fallen trees along C.P. Garcia in UP Campus, Quezon City. One hit nearby delivery truck.

Typhoon Glenda (5)

 (Source: Johnson Manabat, dzMM)

Car hit by fallen trees in Valle Verde, Pasig City.

Typhoon Glenda (8)

(Source: Federico Cruz

Damage at the Zuellig Building in Makati City. 

Typhoon Glenda (9)

(Source: @mayanimosity) 

Collapsed ceiling in SM MOA.

Typhoon Glenda (10)

(Source: George Moya) 

Rescuer check collapsed parts of Barangay Hall in Palatiw, Pasig City that resulted to one casualty. 

Typhoon Glenda (7)

(Source: Ben Nabong)

With these photos, do you think we were more prepared this time? What else can we do to prepare in the future?

  

10 Photos that Show the Aftermath of Typhoon Glenda in Metro Manila






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