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N—D cyc REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES NATIONAL DISASTER COORDINATING COUNCIL ‘National Disaster Management Center, Camp Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City, Philippines NDCC UPDATE SitRep No. 8 on Humanitarian Coordinations on Tropical Stm "ONDOY” Ing Officer: ANTH( JR, MD, MBAH DATE :_28 September 2009, 6 A.M. References: DOST-PAGASA, AFP, PCG, PNP, DSWD, DPWHNMDA, OCDRGs I, V-A, VB, V, CAR and NCR WEATHER UPDATE: Officer-In-Charge, OCD As of 10 PM last night, Tropical Storm “Ondoy" (KETSANA) has continued to move farther away from the country. However, this disturbance will continue to enhance the southwest monsoon and bring occasional rains over the western sections of Central and Southern Luzon. This is the final bulletin. |. STATUS OF SEARCH AND RESCUE OPERATIONS (Tab A-1 & A-2) 1.1 Summary of Assets Deployed and Number of Persons Rescued Assets - 12 ambulance, 33 M35 trucks, 59 rubber boats and 112 other vehicles, 6 officers, 5 companies, 137 EPS and 13 platoons, 20 US Servicemen, 2 US watercraft, 1 US Chopper, 8 Island Cruise Number of Persons Rescued - 7,908 persons 1.2 Coordination Activities 5947; DSWD established donations drop-off points as follows: DSWD DONATIONS DROP OFF-POINTS AREA CONTACT PERSON 1. National Resource Operations __| Mrs. Francia Fabian Center, Chapel Road, Pasay —_| Tel No.: 852-8081 City Cell No.: 0918-930-2356 Monitoring and Info Center 2. Quezon City Area Rey Martija or Imee Rose Castillo Disaster Resource Operations _| Tel No.: 951-7119 (DROMIC) DSWD Central Office | Assistant Secretary Vilma Cabrera Contact No.: 0918-934-5625 3. Manila Area Dir. Thelsa P. Biolena DSWD- NCR | Dir. Delia Bauan San Rafael cor Legarda Sts. Contact Nos.: 734-8622; 734-8642 Telefax: NDCC Opcen (+632) 91 951-2435, or 1406; 912-2665; 912-6668; NDCC Secretariat (+622) 912-0441; 012- hs WY Quiapo, Manila * DOH DONATIONS DROP OFF-POINT — MMD-DOH CENTRAL OFFICE Engr. Dave Masiado Cell No. 0917-816-3400 * NDCC established Advance Command Posts (ACP) in various strategic areas in Metro Manila: 1. Katipunan Avenue cor. Aurora Boulevard, Marikina City. The over-all commander is Hon. Mayor Marides Fernando while the Incident Commanders are Mr. Robert Nacianceno and Mr. Ramon Santiago of MMDA with telephone numbers (0917) 322.1951 and (0920) 938 9914. 2. Alpha base 8" Floor, Pasig City Hall with telephone number 643-0000. the over-all commander is Mayor Roberto Eusebio. 3. Club House, City Hall of Cainta City headed by Mayor Ramon llagan, with telephone numbers (0927) 220.4744 and 665-0846 4, Department of Public Order, Safety Hall, Quezon City. The over-all commander is Mayor Sonny Belmonte while the incident Commander is Ms. Teresa Amarillo with telephone number (0921) 655.5262 Assets Deployed * Assets deployed to the flooded areas in Metro Manila by AFPDRTF (HSC, ‘SEG and MP, GHQ, PN, PMC, PAF, 525Ebde, PA and NCRRCDG): PNP: PCG; VCRC, SIDRC, ICMOTF, 75" CG- NCRC; AFPRESCOM; PMC; and MMDA (Details on Tab A) * AFP dispatched M36 trucks to haul relief goods for relief distribution in Marikina City + SBMA - 15 personnel of SBMA Fire Department and SWAT (IED) proceeded to PNRC National headquarters to augment rescue operations in the flooded areas in Metro Manila with one (1) rescue van, 1 rubber boat and 2 dump trucks + NOLCOM 503rd Infantry Brigade conducted rescue and retrieval operations in the landslide areas + PNP dispatched various SAR equipment such as: NCR SRU Van, Squad EMS-NHQ, SOD-NHQ, engines, water tanker, mini-pumper rubber boats, jaguar, fire trucks and others for SAR operations in Regions |, Ill, |V-A and Metro Manila + The 51 Engineering Brigade, PA organized and dispatched a Disaster, Rescue and Relief Operations team composed of 6 Officers and 60 enlisted personnel led by Commander Simoy with 2 loaders, 2 dump trucks, 3 Canter Elf and 1 backhoe loader + The US Contingent: 1 Officer and 17 EPs, with night capability equipment, 2 Tuber boats and 1 chopper (Bell 214) arrived in the aftemoon of 27 Sept to support SAR operations. The contingent rescued six persons from Ever Gotesco, Cainta and distributed two hundred packs of assorted goods (five kilos each) to affected families Donations * UNICEF provided assorted food and non-food items amounting to PhP6,368,353.76 and tarpaulins worth $31,140. The items were tured ‘over to DSWD for distribution to the flood affected areas * CEISSAFP coordinated with SMART Telecom re: Installation of GSM900 repeater at NDCC Operation Center to enhance mobile phone signal inside the OPCEN building * Globe Telecom temporarily lent four (4) hotlines at NDCC OPCEN to augment the communication capability of in responding to emergency calls in the calamity areas during the entire TS “Ondoy" Operations, with the following hotline numbers: (0917) 733.4193, (0917) 733.4256, (0917) 733.4263 and (0915) 536.6719 + The Manila and Subic Yacht Clubs lent rubber boats to the NDCC for use of response teams in the conduct rescue operations. * Dr. Rafael Rodriguez of Medical Plaza donated 1 unit rubber boat to NDCC which was tumed over to the AFP * Ms.Cynthia Rodriguez and Family of Corinthian Gardens, QC provided relief goods such as: 5 boxes noodles, 8 packages skyfiakes crackers; 4 bottles Coco Jam, 5 cans pork & beans, assorted clothing, blankets and 16 cups noodles * Aileen Lawigan, friend of Executive Secretary Ermita, donated ready-to-eat food packs for stranded passengers * San Miguel Corporation and Petron Corporation donated 20 pieces 2.7 kg cylinder with gasoline lamps for use in the evacuation areas + PHAP Cares Foundation thru Executive Director Glecy C. Cuenco donated 5 boxes of assorted medicines. + DSWD had distributed the following items at the Rosario Sports Complex: § big boxes of doughnuts, 146 small boxes of doughnuts, 52 bags of hotmeal, 4 boxes of bottled water, 12 bags of used clothes, and 2 bags of blankets NDCC Issuances + 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 llocos Sur ~ Region II: 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 * Issued NDCC Circular to Chairmen of RDCCs |, II, IIl and CAR directing them to undertake necessary response measures to avoid loss of lives and destruction of properties and NDCC MEMO Order No. 18 on the Suspension of classes at all levels in Metro Manila including the province of Rizal on 28 September 2008