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#LawinPH Aftermath: Photos from ground zero

Siena Luchansky
PTPA Siena Luchansky
Hours after super typhoon Lawin (Hamian) battered the northern parts of the Philippines, Filipinos woke up to a devastating news about the damages incurred by the typhoon in the areas it passed through.

Dead animals, trampled houses and trees, devastating images from people at the heart of the disaster have emerged.

Below are some of the photos from ground zero shared around the internet.

Photos from Hazel Honoria
Centro 2 Malig, Isabela
Siena Luchansky
Siena Luchansky
Siena Luchansky
PTPA Siena Luchansky, Rancho
Photos from Lady Grace Deloy
Cauayan City, Isabela
Siena Luchansky
Siena Luchansky
Siena Luchansky
PTPA Siena Luchansky, Rancho
Photos by Joshua Abad
Brgy, Sipay, Ilagan City, Isabela
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PTPA Dave Luchansky, CA
Photos from Jhe-Lhyn Lacasandile
Brgy. Baritao, Tagudin, Ilocos Sur
Dave Luchansky
Dave Luchansky
PTPA Dave Luchansky, RC CA
Photos from Larry Las Marias
Brgy. Del Pilar, Tagudin,Ilocos Sur
Dave Luchansky
Dave Luchansky




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Report from state weather forecaster PAGASA says Lawin has further weakened as it passes beyond land mass. The typhoon, now has maximum winds of up to 150 kilometers per hour (km/h) and gustiness of up to 185 km/h, is already off the coast of Ilocos Norte as of late Thursday morning, October 20.

Lawin is expected to exit the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) by Thursday night.
#LawinPH Aftermath: Photos from ground zero #LawinPH Aftermath: Photos from ground zero Reviewed by Raelyn Luchansky on 12:46:00 AM Rating: 5

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