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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES. Ngo ==> NATIONAL DISASTER COORDINATING COUNCIL National Disaster Management Center, Camp Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon Ci Philippines NDCC UPDATE Situation Report No. 1 on the Effects of Tropical Storm “ONDOY” Releasing Officer: NTHONY T. GQLEZ, JR., MD, MBAH Officgr-In-Charge Office of Civil Defense DATE: 26 September 2009, 10:00 Al References: DOST-PAGASA, POG, OCDRCS, Ml Vand NCR 1. OVERVIEW: + Tropical Storm "ONDOY" has accelerated further as it moves closer to Central Luzon ‘* Tropical Storm "ONDOY" is expected to enhance the Southwest Monsoon and bring rains over Central and Souther Luzon and Visayas. Residents living in low lying areas and near mountain slopes in areas affected by the Southwest Monsoon and those under Signals No. 1 and 2 are alerted against possible flashfloods and landslides ll, EFFECTS A. Regional Updates Region Ill * PDCC Bulacan reported that Ipo Dam opened gates 2, 3 and 4 at around 1:20 ‘AM, September 26, 2009. As of 7:00 AM Radial Gate No. 2 was already closed and gates 3 and 4 are still open as of reporting time NCR * OCD-NCR reported that C-4 Letre, Tenejeros, MH. del Pilar, Panghulo Road, Catmon and Dampalit in Malabon City are not passable to light vehicles due to flood waters ranging from 2 — 3 feet as of 7:00 AM, September 26, 2009 +E. Rodriguez cor. Araneta Avenue, Quezon City, M.H Del Pilar in front of Pio Elementary School, Palasan in Valenzuela City, and Brgys. 180, 185 and 187 in Pasay City are flooded (knee-deep) and not passable to light vehicles as of 8:00 AM, September 26, 2009 Telefax: NDCC Opcen (+632) 911-1406; 912-2666; 912-5668; NDCC Secretariat (+622) 912-0441; 912-5947, Office ofthe Administrator, OCD (+832) 912-2424 Email: Website: ww. ph ‘* 20 families or 100 persons in Brgy. Santolan, Pasig City evacuated to Santolan Elementary School due to flooding * Brgy. Malanday, Marikina is not passable to all types of vehicles due to flooding (1.0 meter deep). A total of 75 families or 373 persons evacuated to Malanday Elementary School. Relief operations are now being undertaken by the Local Government Unit * Brgy. Tunasan (Arandia St. cor. Rodriguez) in Muntinlupa City is not passable to light vehicles due to knee-deep flood as of 9:30 AM, September 26, 2009. A total of 4 families or 20 persons were evacuated to the covered court of Bray. Tunasan. Relief operations are now being undertaken by the Local Government Unit «The water level of La Mesa Dam is 80.19 meter as of 9:00 AM today which has reached to its critical level of 80.15 meter Region V-A * A total of 260 families in Brays. Banaba and Sta. Ana, San Mateo, Rizal were affected due to flooding Region V + A landslide occurred in Brgy. Bongalon, Sangay, Camarines Sur on or about 5:00 PM, September 24, 2009 due to heavy rains. No damages and casualties reported * Power interruption has been experienced in some parts of Labo, Camarines Norte due to fallen tree. Power restoration is being done by Camarines Norte Electric Cooperative (CANORECO) B, Strandees in Regions IV-A and V * As of todate, a total of 1,806 passengers, 120 trucks, 27 small cars, 2 passenger buses, 15 vessels, and 6 motor bancas were stranded in the Ports of Batangas, Calapan, Puerto Real, Tamban, Virac, Tabaco, and Pasacao * PCG Unit Commanders in various ports are closely monitoring and providing assistance to ensure security and safety of strandees ACTIONS TAKEN * NDCC Advisory was disseminated to regions concerned through SMS and facsimile for further dissemination to their respective local disaster coordinating councils from the provincial down to the municipal levels * OCD Regional Centers concemed have been continuously disseminating weather advisories/bulletins to the Local Disaster Coordinating Councils and monitoring of possible effects in their respective areas of responsibilities