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Pictures emerging from Ompong-battered Baguio City is scary af

This is scary as hell. We just hope people living in the area have already evacuated into safer places.


Based on the latest figures from the government, there's been 2 confirmed casualties due to the typhoon as of 2pm, September 15.





WATCH: Aggravating current of Chico River in Bontoc, Mountain Province threatens nearby residents on Saturday. According to Philippine Red Cross - Mountain Province, the river has now surpassed the red alert level. (Video courtesy of PDRRMO Mountain Province)


Baguio, including the whole province of Benguet, is still under Signal No. 3, according to weather bureau Pagasa.

In its 1:00 p.m. bulletin, “Ompong” was last spotted 85 kilometers west of Laoag City in Ilocos Norte, with maximum sustained winds of 170 kilometers per hour (kph) and gustiness of up to 260 kph. /jpv

Photos courtesy of Philippine Star



Pictures emerging from Ompong-battered Baguio City is scary af Pictures emerging from Ompong-battered Baguio City is scary af Reviewed by AsianPolicy.Press on 5:09:00 AM Rating: 5

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