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Typhoon NESAT Pounds Philippines, Submerges Manila

Posted by feww on September 27, 2011

Storm surge triggered by  NESAT inundates Philippines capital Manila, killing at least 18

NESAT struck eastern provinces of Luzon island as a category 3Bf typhoon punching winds of 200 km per hour.


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  • Manila, Philippines. Typhoon NESAT made landfall on the eastern coast of Luzon island as a category 3Bf typhoon punching winds of 200 km per hour and a diameter of about 700 km.
    • At least 18 people were killed, dozens injured and many were missing as of posting.
    • The typhoon created storm surges in Manila Bay, which overflowed onto the capital,  flooding large areas of the city with more than a meter of water.
    • More than a 100,000 people were evacuated as the Marikina River in metro Manila rose to nearly 20 meters (60 feet).
    • The typhoon is estimated to have destroyed or damaged tens of thousands of hectares of crops.
    • NESAT dumped more than an inch of water per hour in many parts of the island.
    • The typhoon, weakened to a category one storm as of posting, is headed towards northern Vietnam.
    • The casualty tolls from NESAT (named locally PEDRING) are expected to rise from drowning, flash floods, landslides and storm surges.

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