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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES NATIONAL DISASTER COORDINATING COUNCIL National Disaster Management Center, Camp Gen, Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City, Philippines NDCC UPDATE Situation Report No. 6 on the Effects of Tropical Storm “ONDOY” Releasing Officer: ~JuanTHONYT, OMEZ IR, mp, MBAH Officer-In-Charge Office of Civil Defense 2009, 12:00 NN FP, POG, PNP, OCDRCST, II, WA, |. EFFECTS A. AFFECTED/EVACUATED (Tab A) * Partial total of Affected Population in Metro Manila, Bulacan and Pampanga, Batangas, Laguna, Rizal and Camarines Sur: 59,241 families / 294,555 persons * Partial total of Evacuees: 9,601 families / 47,261 persons in 101 evacuation centers B. Casualties (Tab B) * DEAD: 52 NCR - 7 (3 in Muntinlupa City; 2 in NIA Road, Quezon City; 1 Marikina City and 1 in Brgy. Bato, San Juan) CAR - 1 (Kabugao, Apayao) IV-A- 44 (1 in Calaca, Batangas; 1 in Calauag Quezon, 23 in Tanay, 1 in Theresa, 10 in Angono; 5 in Baras; and 3 in Montalban) * MISSING: 23 (1 in Kabayan Benguet, 20 in Tanay, Rizal, and 2 in Arayat, Pampanga) ¢ INJURED: 4 (1 in Sta. Cruz, Laguna and 3 in Kabayan, Benguet) C. Status of SAR Operations as of 11:00 NN, September 27, 2009 Total rescued- 5,146 persons PCG - 470 (as of 6:00 AM, September 27, 2009) in Valenzuela, Marikina, Pasig, Araneta, Makati, San Juan, Sta. Ana and Biak na Bato, San Juan with 18 teams and 16 rubber boats utilized. Two (2) teams are ready for deployment to Pasig) PNART - 1,350 in Malabon, Marikina and Navotas -))— a Telefax: NDCC Opcen (+832) 911-1406; 912-2685; 912-6688; NDCC Secretariat (+632) 012-0441; 912-6047, Office of the Administrator, OCD (+632) 912-2424 Email: dopcen@ndce.cov.oh Website: wwww.ndcc gov.oh MMDA - 250 in Marikina PNP Maritime Group - 74 PNPSAF - 287 in Provident Village, Marikina and Pasig NCRCOM - 1,648 residents in QC, San Juan and Marikina Makati Search and Rescue ARESCOM - 16 AFP - 70 Paranaque and 20 Quezon City PNRC - 282 (40 R Papa St, 117 Sto Domingo, QC, 10 Amorante, 115 Kalentong) PN SWAG - 4 in Provident Village, Marikina Phil Marine Corp. - 625 in San Juan, Malabon, Pasig, Marikina MMDA — 70 in stranded persons in EDSA Ortigas Extension + DSWD will start massive relief operations to augment local capacities in Metro Manila + The NDCC facilitated the release of 1,800 sacks of rice to the PDCCs of Cavite (200), Laguna (200), Batangas (200), Rizal (200); Quezon (100); PDCC Bulacan (600) CDCC Calamba, Laguna (200); and CDCC Sta. Rosa, Laguna D. Damaged Houses CAR * One (1) house was totally damaged in Sitio, Kubo, Brgy. Palay, Kabayan, Benguet with 3 people rescued alive and one (1) still missing Region Xi + A total of 46 houses were damaged in Kalamansig, Sultan Kudarat Province E. Flooded Areas Region Ill * Bulacan ~ Thirty six (36) barangays in Marilao, Meycuayan, San Miguel and Bocaue Sta Maria, Calumpit, Bustos and Norzagaray — heavily flooded * Pampanga ~ thirty three (33) barangays in San Simon, Guagua, Masantol, Apalit, Lubao, Porac, Sto. Tomas and San Femando NCR * Metro Manila - 45 brgys. in Manila City (1), Marikina City (2), Malabon City (6), Muntinlupa City (2), Quezon City (17), Makati City (1), Pasay City (1), Pasig City (6), Valenzuela City (1) and San Juan City (9) with flood water ranging from 2 ft. to waist-deep are not passable to light vehicles. assistance F. Landslide Areas * Landslides occurred in Mt Province-Cagayan via Tabuk (Tangalan section) — closed to traffic, CAR; Bray. San Juan-Banyo, Arayat, Pampanga in Region Ill Brgy. Bongalon, Sangay, Camarines Sur in Region V; Tagaytay-Taal Road, and Tagaytay-Talisay Road in Cavite; and Antipolo-Teresa Road and ‘Sumulong Highway in Rizal G. Road Status (Tab C) + Fifty (60) road sections in Regions Il, Il, IV and CAR are either impassable to light vehicles and/or all types of vehicles NATIONAL ACTIONS + The Secretary of National Defense and Chairman, NDCC in a Press Briefing this afternoon, declared a State of National Calamity in the following areas in view of the extensive effects of Tropical Storm “Ondoy’” - The whole of National Capital Region (NCR) - CAR: Mt. Province, ifugao and Benguet - Region |: Pangasinan, La Union and locos Sur - Region Il: Isabela, Quirino and Nueva Vizcaya - Region Ill: Aurora, Nueva Ecija, Zambales, Pampanga, Bulacan, Tarlac and Bataan - Region IV-A: Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon - Region IV-B: Mindoro (Occidental and Oriental) and Marinduque - Region V: Catanduanes, Camarines Norte and Camarines Sur * NDCC-OPCEN has been continuously coordinating with AFP Command Center and emergency responders of respective areas for the conduct of immediate search and rescue operations in various floodedicritical areas in Metro Manila: Manila City, Marikina City, Malabon City, Muntinlupa City, Quezon City, Makati City, Pasay City, Pasig City, Valenzuela City and San Juan City; Central Luzon (Bulacan); and Region IV-A (Rizal Province particularly San Mateo, Cainta, Tanay, Angono, Taytay, Baras, Montalban and Antipolo City) ‘+ Secretary of Department of National Defense and Chairman, NDCC issued an NDCC Circular to Chairmen of RDCCs |, II, Ill and CAR directing them to undertake necessary response measures to avoid loss of lives and destruction of properties + NDCC established an Advance Command Post (ACP) at Katipunan Avenue cor. Aurora Boulevard, Marikina City. The over-all commander is Hon. Mayor Maridel Fernando while the Incident Commanders are Mr. Robert Nacenciano and Mr. Ramon Santiago of MMDA * The NDCC Technical Working Group met on Sept 26, 2009 to map out available resources for rescue operations and to prioritize the heavily flooded areas for rescue operations + Another meeting was held at the NDMC Conference Room to determine the immediate needs and requirements in the flood-stricken areas in terms of Water, Sanitation and Health (WASH), medicines and medical ‘supplies, food and non-food items * DOH activated all DOH CHD's operations center 24 hours/7days with continuous coordination with the LGUs concerned and prepositioned drugs and medicines in all areas affected