from inq7.net. Scores dead or missing after “Unding” and “Violeta”. Public works crews went about the slow task of clearing roads cut off by landslides and restoring power and telecommunications facilities in Aurora and Nueva Ecija provinces a day after a tropical depression brought death and destruction to the two northern provinces.
Here are some internet reports about the typhoon and flash floods that hit Aurora. I will tell my story later. We’re okay here. There’s still no electricity and i was able to post this because we have a generator here where i work:
from inquirer: New storm lashes Aurora; 18 killed. Reports from Aurora Gov. Bellaflor Angara-Castillo said 15 people were killed in Barangay Paltik in Dingalan. The other towns affected were Ma. Aurora and Baler, the capital. Eighteen people were reported killed on Tuesday in flash floods that struck three towns in Aurora province at the height of Typhoon “Violeta,” reports reaching the provincial disaster coordinating council said.
from Manila Bulletin: “Violeta” follows “Unding”; death toll rises to 65. Tropical depression â€œVioletaâ€ hit Aurora province yesterday, killing 16, on the heels of typhoon â€œUndingâ€ which left 49 dead, for a total of 65 deaths from the two storms which hit the country in close succession.
from Philippine Star. Flashfloods kill 16 in Aurora. Violeta (international code Merbok) crashed into the east coast of Luzon, just days after Typhoon “Unding” left 29 dead. The storm dumped heavy rains that unleashed flashfloods, sweeping away residents and homes in the towns of Dingalan and San Luis in Aurora. Some 2,000 families were forced to flee to evacuation centers, the Office of Civil Defense (OCD) said.
from abs-cbn news. 17 reported dead in Aurora flash flood. At least 17 people were reported dead due to flash floods and a landslide that hit some towns in Aurora Province about 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, DZMM reported. The report said the sudden rise of water, brought by torrential rains due to Typhoon Unding, has swept away a still-unconfirmed number of people.