The Aftermath of Typhoon Pedring (PHOTOS)

What is the state of Metro Manila and some parts of Luzon now that Typhoon Pedring (international name Nesat) is on its way out of the Philippines? Take a look at these pictures.



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Evacuation centers get crowded with families who have lost their homes due to the typhoon




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Residents clean up debris washed ashore by the storm surges on Manila Bay




(Photo credit: Izumi Chan, Bayan Mo Ipatrol Mo: Ako ang Simula)


Major establishments such as Sofitel and SM Mall of Asia get damaged by the flood




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LRT and MRT resume operations




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Some private and government facilities like Philippine General Hospital still flooded




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So many people lined up, waiting for SM North to open





Some areas in Metro Manila and Luzon still affected by brownout





PAL resume operations on selected domestic and international flights (from @flyPAL Twitter)





Classes and offices resume on some parts of Metro Manila

And the worst part is, death toll rises to 19 and 35 are reported missing.

Even though Typhoon Pedring is now leaving the country, we should remain vigilant and take the necessary precautions now that there’s another upcoming storm named Typhoon Quiel. It is expected to enter the country within 24 hours.

Gawad Kalinga Global Headquarters is now accepting relief goods for those affected by Typhoon Pedring. Find out how you can help by clicking on this link:


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