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#Sendong: NDRRMC Update Sitrep No.14 as of 21 Dec 2011, 6pm

#Sendong: NDRRMC Update Sitrep No.14 as of 21 Dec 2011, 6pm

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B. CASUALTIES (TAB C) Dead Injured Missing Rescued/Survivors C. DAMAGED HOUSES (TAB D)


1,010 1,603 46 432

A total of 14,520 houses were damaged (Totally – 4,812 / Partially – 9,708)

D. COST OF DAMAGES (TAB E) • The estimated cost of damages to infrastructure, agriculture and school buildings amounted to PhP999,946,415.00 Damaged Schools /Classrooms in Iligan City, Cagayan de Oro City and Agusan del Sur: • Agusan del Sur (CARAGA) - 4 (GOMBURZA ES (2 Classrooms), roofing, windows and walls;
B. CASUALTIES (TAB C) Dead Injured Missing Rescued/Survivors C. DAMAGED HOUSES (TAB D)


1,010 1,603 46 432

A total of 14,520 houses were damaged (Totally – 4,812 / Partially – 9,708)

D. COST OF DAMAGES (TAB E) • The estimated cost of damages to infrastructure, agriculture and school buildings amounted to PhP999,946,415.00 Damaged Schools /Classrooms in Iligan City, Cagayan de Oro City and Agusan del Sur: • Agusan del Sur (CARAGA) - 4 (GOMBURZA ES (2 Classrooms), roofing, windows and walls;

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B. CASUALTIES (TAB C) Dead Injured Missing Rescued/Survivors C.

DAMAGED HOUSES (TAB D)

1,010 1,603 46 432

A total of 14,520 houses were damaged (Totally – 4,812 / Partially – 9,708)

D. COST OF DAMAGES (TAB E) • The estimated cost of damages to infrastructure, agriculture and school buildings amounted to PhP999,946,415.00 Damaged Schools /Classrooms in Iligan City, Cagayan de Oro City and Agusan del Sur: • Agusan del Sur (CARAGA) - 4 (GOMBURZA ES (2 Classrooms), roofing, windows and walls; Sta. Cruz ES (2 classrooms,); Sta. Irene ES (2 classroom), uneven settlement with crack wall. D. Osmeña ES (2 classroons, ripped apart); Lapinigan CES (4 classrooms; and Bunawan Brookside (4 classrooms) • Cagayan de Oro City (Region X) – 4 schools namely Consolacion ES, Angeles Sisters National High School; Balulang West1 ES and Bonbon North 2 ES were totally submerged with more or less 5 ft floodwater level – inspection and validation on the extent of damages incurred • Lanao del Sur (ARMM) – Sambolawan ES, Dilabayan ES and Riric ES in Taraka, Batangan CES, Rogero ES, Alambas PS in Bubong II • Iligan City Division: 12 schools and 136 classrooms were damaged E. STATUS OF LIFELINES 1. STATUS OF ROADS AND BRIDGES (TAB F) • Three (3) bridges and three (3) road sections in Regions VII, X and XI remain impassable III. EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE A. EMERGENCY RESPONSE

Prior to entry of TD “Sendong” in the Philippine Area of Responsibility, NDRRMC OpCen was already activated as early as 12 December 2011 under “Blue Alert” status to provide necessary alert and warnings to the RDRRMCs concerned for further dissemination to the provincial, municipal and city DRRMCs likely to be affected by TD Sendong. On 16 December 2011, OPCEN was further elevated to “Red Alert” status wherein representatives of respective member agencies rendered duty at NDRRMC OpCen to fast track coordination with their local counterparts for the necessary preparations and possible emergency response Member agencies represented at OPCEN such as DSWD, DOH, AFP, PNP, PCG have been closely coordinating with their local counterparts to address

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the needs and requirements particularly in the heavily devastated areas specifically Cagayan de Oro City and Iligan City NDRRMC convened on 17 December 2011, presided over by the SND and Chairperson, NDRRMC, attended by all member agencies wherein His Excellency President Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III provided guidance to the NDRRMC Member Agencies. – TAB G Chairperson, NDRRMC recommended to the Office of the President the declaration of the cities of Cagayan de Oro and Iligan under a State of Calamity the areas that suffered most in terms of casualties and population affected. Likewise, accepted the offer of assistance from the international humanitarian community thru the United Nations Resident Coordinator and Humanitarian Coordination in the Philippines to the Philippine government for the victims of Tropical Storm Sendong

Search, Rescue and Retrieval Operations • SAR and retrieval operations have been effected in heavily devastated areas through the concerted efforts of AFP, PNP, LGUs concerned and other emergency responders from NGOs

PCG Cagayan de Oro City (Rescued 1,722 survivors and 34 cadavers retrieved)

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Coast Guard District Northern Mindanao immediately deployed two (2) teams from Special Operations Unit (SOU)-NM together with CGDNM and CGS Cagayan de Oro (CDO) personnel with rubber boat to conduct SAR operations at Brgys Macasandig, Mabini, Burgos and Isla de Oro. Team A (8 personnel with rubber boat rescued 200 survivors) Team B (8 personnel with rubber boat rescued more or less 50 survivors) Other team (3 personnel on board M/V Maria Stella 1 rescued) Vessel Traffic Monitoring System of Macalajar Bay manned and controlled by the DCC personnel directed all shipping lines and vessels transiting along Macalajar Bay to conduct surface SAR operation, MV Solid Gold, MV Snoppy, MV Super Shuttle Ferry 3, MV Maria Stella 1 and MT Tagoluan successfully rescued 121 survivors All survivors were provided with assistance CGSNM and were brought to City Central School evacuation center and the cadavers were brought to Bulusog Funeral Parlor, Buluo CDO Four (4) SOU-NM with rubber boat onboard PG371 of PN conducted joint SAR mission in Macalajar Bay, CDO and successfully re recovered 2 survivors BRP Davao del Norte (SARV 3504 departed Port of CDO enroute to Camiguin Island and retrieved 8 cadavers and brought to funeral parlor for proper disposition and identification A total of 255 survivors were rescued and 14 cadavers retrieved BRP Davao del Norte (SARV-3504) and MCS 3004 conducted SAR operations in Macajalar Bay, CDO and 12 cadavers retrieved (4 cadavers by SARV-3504; 8 cadavers by MCS 3004) and in Iligan City (49 survivor rescued and 5 cadavers retrieved) CGDBCL stations/detachments conducted monitoring and security to stranded passengers in ports in their respective AOR

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Quick Reaction Team composed of PCG personnel, auxiliary and PNRC volunteers on board MT Seaborne, QRT team and PG-390 rescued 23 survivors who were turned over to LGUs of Iligan and 4 cadavers brought to Cavin funeral homes CG Detachment Lugait coordinated with HOLCIM Philippines to direct anchored vessel to conduct maritime Search and rescue at vicinity of Manticao, Lugait and Gitagum areas. MV Alai Capricorn 3, MV Lorenzo and PG390 of Philippine navy conducted SAR operations covering 20 Sq miles of surface area, Rescued 10 survivors MCS 3004 with 2 rubber boats on board departed port of Iligan and conducted SAR and retrieval operations and Jibe medical evacuation for possible victims reported to be isolated at Brgy Santiago, Hinaplanon and Bayug island Rescued 16 survivors and retrieved 1 cadaver

PNP PNP Crime Laboratory dispatched 10-man team led by PSupt Francisco A Supe Jr, MD on 19 December 2011 to conduct dead victim identification (DVI) in Cagayan de Oro City • TG Tabang Iligan proceeded to its designated area of operations to conduct SAR operations • RD PROX proceeded to Iligan City to oversee the ongoing SAR operations being conducted by combined elements of ICPO, one platoon RPSB 10, one platoon Lanao del Norte PPSC and RTS 10 led by City Director PSSUPT Celso Regencia • PRO X ladies visited MSU Iligan Institute of Technology (the biggest evacuation center) and distributed food, water and other relief goods worth Php120,000 to more than 300 greatly affected families • RD PRO X and party including the PRO 10 ladies proceeded to Cagayan de Oro City and provided relief goods worth PhP100,000 to 350 families at Brgy Balulang, Cagayan de Oro City • A total of 150 personnel from PRO CARAGA and 96 personnel from PRO 11 arrived PRO 10 and provided support in the SAR efforts in Iligan City Cagayan de Oro City • Students of PNP Regional Training School were mobilized to conduct SAR operations in Brgys of Macasandig, Balulang and Consolacion in Cagayan de Oro City • RPSB personnel and RTS Police recruits augmented police personnel of COCPO

AFP CENTCOM-AFP directed two (2) UH-1H helicopters with personnel to complement the 5052nd SRS in Mactan Airbase to augment SAR operations in Sibulan, Valencia, Tanjay, and Dumaguete City • The Philippine Air Force (PAF) aircrafts (C-130 and Fokker planes) airlifted PhP21, 532, 299.42 worth of relief supplies (food, medicines and non-food items from DSWD, UNWFP, Maynilad, PRC, DOH as augmentation support to the ongoing relief operations in Region X • 4ID dispatched Rapid Assessment Teams (RRT) and the Technical Operations Group 10 (TOG10) to the affected areas of Region X • Philippine Navy (PN) BRP Dagupan City (LC551) actual time of departure 10:27PM 20 December 2011 bound for Iligan/CDO loaded with 179.82 tons of relief goods and equipment from donors (Senate, AFP, Prolife Phil, ABS-CBN, Maxilom family, La Salle Green Hills, CFC, Coca cola Bottlers, UNICEF,

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DSWD, PSTD, Aces Mareine, Philippine Red Cross, Cruising Department Store, DOT, Shopwise, Ateneo, PMSEA NGCP • The NGCP has restored all its 69-KV transmission lines affected by Tropical Storm Sendong in Panay area and Mindanao areas (Lanao, Northcentral and northeastern) and assured the public that it is ready to implement similar preparations and precautions to minimize the impact of succeeding typhoons on NGCP operation and facilities • NGCP President Henry Sy Jr. authorized the use of NGCP hangar in Cagayan de Oro to accommodate the forensic examination of dead bodies of Tropical Storm Sendong DOH • As of Dec 19, 2011, DOH had so far provided logistical support amounting to PhP5,100,692.08 • Coordinated with NBI for the implementation of protocol for management of the dead and missing; with DOH Central warehouse for mobilization of logistics, with cluster partners (WASH, Health and MHPSS); and with all RHEMS Coordinators concerned in the affected regions • As of 20 Dec, one (1) medical team and one (1) psychosocial team from CHD XI were deployed to CHD X; one (1) medical team from Mayor Hilarion Ramiro Regional Training and Teaching Hospitals augmented assorted medicines/ supply to CHO Iligan City; and Northern Mindanao Medical Center mobilized ambulance to Coast Guard to transfer patients retrieved by PCG • CHD CARAGA augmented 9 cadaver bags and 72 boxes of hyphosol to CHD X; pre-positioned medicines and supplies; issued alert messages to local HEMS in respective provinces and cities for appropriate response and coordination; • CHD VII mobilized team to Sibulan, Valencia, Dumaguete City, San Jose, Pamplona and Bacong and augmented assorted medicines, sodium hypochloride and IVF fluids in Negros Oriental worth PhP30,000.00 • Public health concerns: WASH lack of potable water supply in CHD X, ARMM and Lanao del Norte Dep Ed • DepEd dispatched an inspectorate team composed of technical staff from Dep Ed Central, Regional and Division Office to conduct damage and needs assessment to all affected schools in Cagayan de Oro City and iligan City, respectively • Dispatched technical staffs (Division Project Engineers/Architects and PFCs) to conduct ocular inspection and evaluation to quantify the amount of damages of all affected schools and Northern Mindanao flashflood. • COMVAL CES (14 classrooms) are being utilized as evacuation centers as temporary shelter of affected families in the province

DSWD The Disaster Response Operations Monitoring and Information Center (DROMIC) has been closely coordinating with DSWD-FOs concerned for any significant reports caused by said weather disturbance;

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SWAD Teams are closely coordinating with their local counterparts in terms of validation of data as basis for augmentation anytime DSWD NROC airlifted thru AFP Aircraft relief assistance worth PhP22,702,143.00 to DSWD FO X broken down as follows: PhP5,133,424.40 worth of food and non-food items as additional standby relief resources for the victims of TS “Sendong” thru DSWD -NROC P17.56 Million worth of assorted relief commodities from the UNWFP, MAYNILAD and PNRC thru the DSWD

Pre-positioned PhP17.43 Million Standby Funds and PhP57.58 Million worth of Relief Supplies in all DSWD-FOs along the typhoon path, amounting to PhP75.02 Million:
Field Office CARAGA IV-A IV-B V VI VII VIII IX X XI Standby Funds 1,317,438.00 764,571.49 1,384,546.04 479,987.35 595,621.55 5,944,982.27 1,091,465.35 506,963.99 5,036,301.00 496,400.00 Relief Supplies 3,997,759.47 15,146,534.82 2,755,001.45 25,457,323.45 2,651,484.85 3,816,484.03 403,557,90 1,472,822.50 1,186,382.00 701,513.76 Total 5,315,197.47 15,911,106.31 4,139,547.49 25,937,310.80 3,247,106.00 9,761,466.30 1,495,023.25 1,979,786.49 6,222,683.00 1,197,913.76

17,438,250.04

57,588,953.33

75,027,114.27

DSWD CO pre-positioned PhP5,500,000.00 (PhP5.0M and PhP500,000.00) as additional standby funds to replenish the maintaining balance of DSWD FO-VII as augmentation assistance to the flood victims of TS “Sendong” A total of PhP12,058,463.33 worth of relief assistance were provided by the combined resources of DSWD and Local Government Units (LGUs) - (TAB H) DSWD-CO released PhP61.65 Million to the five(5) regions broken down as follows: DSWD FO VII additional standby funds - PhP5,500,000.00 DSWD FO X cash for work program for Misamis Oriental and Lanao del Norte and additional stand by funds worth - PhP35,570,400.00 DSWD FOs CARAGA, XI and XII - P1,500,000.00 (at PhP500,000.00 each) Sub-allotted PhP19,084,500 worth of 38,169 Noche Buena packs to the following provinces: Region VII (8,169) PhP4,084,500.00 Region IX (9,000) 4,500,000.00 Region XI (7,000) 3,500,000.00 Region XII (7,000) 3,500,000.00 CARAGA (7,000) 3,500,000.00

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A total of PhP17,765,762.29 worth of relief assistance were provided by the combined resources of DSWD and Local Government Units - (TAB H)

ASSETS DEPLOYED (Tab I)
ASSETS DEPLOYED UNIT PERSONNEL VEHICLES SEACRAFTS AIRCRAFTS OTHERS

TOTAL AFP PNP DOH PCG

876 8 826 6 32

63 4 54 5

24 2 17 5

6 6 0 0

31 1 30 0

NEEDS/REQUIREMENTS Region X • Potable/ drinking water, water purifiers, portable tents, food and non-food items • Region VII – water, blanket, clothing, food , milk for children, basic kitchen utensils REGIONAL RESPONSE Region I • DPWH Region I expedited clearing operations in the areas affected by landslide utilizing heavy equipment and private contractors Region V • PCG-DCEV issued hold orders to vessel plying areas under public storm warning signals specifically Bohol, Negros, and Siquijor routes • PDRRMO Catanduanes conducted on site inspection of road bed slippage • SAR Service Sorsogon conducted monitoring activities in all areas of concern especially in the 4KM Permanent Danger Zone of the Bulusan Volcano Region VII • PCG-DCEV issued hold orders to vessel plying areas under public storm warning signals specifically Bohol, Negros, and Siquijor routes • PDRRMCs Cebu, Bohol, Negros Oriental and Siquior were convened on 14 December 2011 to review pro-active and operational measures of council members; assessment and coordination with the OCD Regional OpCen is being done on a regular basis; and monitoring of hazard-prone areas • DRRMC Cebu City sent teams to affected areas for road clearing operations • MDRRMC Amlan and Barangay-based Rescue Teams conducted road-clearing operations and pre-emptive evacuations in identified hazard areas • CDRRMC Dumaguete City and PDRRMC Negros Oriental simultaneously held Emergency Meetings on 17 December 2011 to assess extent of damage and needs requirement of affected families • CDRRMCs Mandaue and Naga cities provided financial assistance to the affected areas in negros Oriental • BFP Dumaguete, 79th IB and 302nd Bde, PA based in Negros Oriental mobilized to assist the affected populace in areas affected by flooding

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• 302nd Bde, PA provided search and rescue support to LGUs affected • Provincial Public Safety Company (PPSC) Negros Oriental deployed one (1)

team to the affected areas of Sibulan for SAR operations
• DSWD VII coordinated with the OCD and AFP for the shipment of relief goods and • •

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possible withdrawal of 100 bags of rice from NFA Dumaguete City; with standby fund worth PHP445,000.00 and PHP 4,000,000.00 worth of relief goods DOH VII dispatched a medical team from the HEMS to augment the emergency medical services in the affected areas RDRRMC VII convened an emergency meeting yesterday, 18 December 2011 at 5:15PM, with DILG RD, DPWH VII, CENTCOM-AFP, PRO VII,PCGDCEV, DOH VII, and OCD VII to assess the extent of damages in Negros Oriental ; conducted DANA and ocular inspection in the affected areas of Negros Oriental; and met with the President to discuss measures undertaken for response and rehabilitation efforts of the affected areas CDRRMCs Mandaue and Naga extended financial assistance to the areas affected in Negros Oriental Joint SAR Team of CGS Dumaguete City together with Negros Oriental SAR team, BFP Dumaguete, PNP Dumaguete, PNP Marig, 211th & 204 PCGA Squadron conducted SAR operations for M/V Ever Transport Survivor crew of M/V Ever Transport was temporarily turned-over to the LGU of Brgy. Calindagan, Dumaguete City, where they were fed and given medical assistance and were billeted at the barangay hall

Region IX
• PDRRMC ZDN and CDRRMC Dipolog City conducted emergency meeting to

assess the condition, damages and needs of reported families/persons
• CDRRMC Dipolog City is in constant coordination with MDCC Polanco Action

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Officer for any development of Polanco River; provided rubber boat to augment rescue equipment; and conducted assessment and profiling of affected families in collaboration with CSWD; and provided 1 sack of rice, noodles, and sardines to support relief operations in BDCC Turno BDRRMC Turno headed by PB Meynardo Baes with the support of rescue teams evacuated the affected families and brought them to Turno Elementary School for temporary shelter; established community kitchen; and provided initial food assistance to the evacuees 101st Bde Rescue Team headed by Capt. Art Villanueva together with Special Forces assigned in the area responded in Municipality of Polanco and Dipolog City and assisted in transporting passengers trapped by floods along the National Highway at Brgy Guinles, Polanco Polanco MPS led by PI Carmelo Cruzada Velasco, one (1) team from PPSC, Zamboanga del Norte PPO together with troops of 101st IB PA, LGU Polanco, and PRC ZDN chapter conducted SAR operations at severely affected areas Dapitan City Police Station led by PSupt Glenn Macaio Dulawan together with one (1) team from PPSC, AFP Condor 3, and CDRRMC Dapitan conducted SAR operations in affected areas; provided assistance to the vehicles passing the National Highway near Brgys Sulangon, Oyan, Burgos, and Ilaya; assisted in the evacuation of all the families near the Dapitan river to a safer place ORACIS Radio Communications Group headed by Dr. Asis provided radio communication link, rescue ropes, transport vehicles and additional rescuers in the Municipality of Polanco and Dipolog City Dakak Beach Rescue Group headed by Roel Hamoy assisted in the conduct of rescue operations using two (2) jet skis

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• Coast Guard Station in Dipolog City augmented the rescue operations utilizing • Local Government of Polongco distributed 30 bags of noodles, sardines, • LGU Polanco distributed 30 bags of noodles, sardines, mineral water, rice, and •

1 speedboat and 2 rubber boats

mineral water, rice and canned goods to the affected families

canned goods amounting to PHP 7,500.00 CSWD Dipolog provided Food and other services for the affected families in the Dipolog City flashfloods

Region X • At the height of flooding, 10 evacuation centers were being utilized in Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental • PCG Iligan deployed one (1) Search and Rescue (SAR) to Brgy Hinaplanon, Iligan City and rescued three (3) unidentified persons with bruises • CHD X raised to Code White Alert and conducted rapid health assessment in the affected areas; prepositioned medicine worth PHP 50,000.00 per province (all 6 provinces in region X) and coordinated with the PDRRMC, Philippine National Red Cross, Rescue 118, and other responders • CDRRMC Iligan established four (4) evacuation centers at the height of flooding, namely: City Central School; Sta. Filomena Gym; Santiago Covered Court; and the Upper Hinaplanon Barangay Hall & covered court for the affected families in Iligan City • TOG-PAF mobilized three (3) choppers: 2 from Davao and 1 from Butuan • RDRRMC/OCD X Operations Center conducted ocular inspection in affected areas; assessment of immediate needs; leading the mobilization of resources, assets, and responders; and continuing survey and monitoring of affected areas • Members of the 4ID-PA, TOG-PAF, PNP, and OROALERT were deployed to different areas to rescue stranded commuters and persons in areas reachable by the rescue teams • CDO CDRRMC established evacuation centers in the City Central School, West Central School, and Macasandig Covered Court. Survivors were given basic needs • The 10th Tactical Operations Group conducted search and rescue operations and aerial survey of the affected areas • PNP Maritime Office X dispatched three teams with three rubber boats to various areas in Cagayan de Oro City • Regional Director PCSupt Juel Corpus Adriatico of PRO X together with the Regional Chief Directorial Staff, members of Quad Staff, and PRO 10 Ladies headed by Mrs Joji Adriatico went to Iligan City to oversee the continuing SAR operations being conducted by the combined elements of ICPO, RPSB10, Lanao del Norte PPO, and RTS10 led by City Director PSSupt Celso Regencia; distributed food, water, and other relief goods worth PHP120,000 to the 300 affected families staying at the MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology; and distributed relief goods worth PHP 100,000.00 to 350 affected families in Brgy Balulang, Cagayan de Oro City • PRO X deployed 10 SAR teams to conduct SAR operations • 1002nd Maritime Police Station (MARPSTA) Iligan City led by PINSP Renato G. Rama together with elements from the PCG-Iligan conducted joint SAR operations at the Orchids Village, Santiago, Iligan City • DSWD X provided initial augmentation to the LGU of CDO: 40 bags of rice, 40 cases of sardines, 20 big kettles, 10 big kawa, 10 pieces of sandok, an 241 family packs, all worth PHP 170,400.00 • NDRRMC provided financial assistance to the beneficiaries of 4 dead victims 9

• CDRRMC Cagayan de Oro will conduct mass burial for the unidentified bodies at

Bolonsori, Camaman-an, Cagayan de Oro City after the forensic processing of the NBI • CDRRMC Iligan City started burying unidentified bodies at Brgy. Pugaan Cemetery and will do the same in Brgy. Paitan • RDRRMC X indicate that they need supplies of drinking water, water purifiers, portable tents, food, and NFIs Region XI • PDRRMC Comval and MDRRMCs Compostela, Monkayo, and Montevista extended relief assistance to the affected families and assisted in the evacuation operations • PDRRMC Davao del Norte conducted damage and needs assessment in the area and closely monitored the level of flood waters in Asuncion • MDRRMC Monkayo conducted search and rescue operations Region XII • OCD XII and PIA XII coordinated activities intended to generate support for the flood affected areas • PDRRMC Sarangani deployed a team of responders and volunteer nurses to Region X and established collection point at provincial gymnasium for processing and dispatch of relief goods • Cotabato City sent relief assistance and deployed a response team to Cagayan de Oro CARAGA • PDRRMC Surigao del Norte convened at 8:30 AM while CDRRMC of Surigao City convened at 9:00 AM on 16 December 2011 • PDRRMCs and MDRRMCs conducted damage assessment and needs analysis in the affected areas • PCG issued a notice to mariners to denied all vessel departure including motor bancas, fishing boats, small boats; information was received from PCG Nasipit, Agusan del Norte Station that there are 200 passengers stranded at Nasipit Port bound to Jagna, Bohol; Port Authority coordinated with MDRRMC of Nasipit to support the stranded passengers th • 36 IB of PA stationed at Tago, Surigao del Sur, alerted their troops and sent out teams to monitor Tago River and other flood prone areas in their AOR • Received information from CAAP Butuan, Bancasi Airport, Cebu Pacific flight from Manila to Butuan was cancelled, but PAL flight from Manila to Butuan had landed and departed Butuan back to Manila as scheduled • DPWH Regional Office activated their Regional and District Disaster and Risk Management Teams and deployed along flood and landslide prone areas • PNP Hinatuan provided assistance in the evacuation of the victims and are providing security in the evacuation centers • Surigao del Norte Governor Matugas cancelled the scheduled Barangay Development Forum in Surigao City ARMM • Acting ARMM Governor Adiong provided relief goods to the affected families in Lanao del Sur • Elements of the 64th Infantry Batallion are helping the affected LGUs of Lanao del Sur in their SAR operations

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NCR • OCD NCR facilitated the deployment of assistance pledged by the following government agencies, volunteer groups and private organizations to Cagayan de Oro City and recommended that said equipment and manpower be accommodated to the C-130 flight on December 21, 2011: MMDA – 1 unit water purifying equipment with truck (2 tons); 1 rescue team (19man); 1 multi-cab; medical kit; basic tolls and rescue kit deployed at 4:00 PM on Dec 20, 2011 at Sulpicio Lines BFP-SRU – Pelican light Infrared Camera; 2 gen sets, 1 unit rubber boat with outboard motor; 1 unit water purifier with truck and 1 rescue team (10man) Association of Philippine Volunteer Fire Brigade (APVFB) – assorted relief goods (clothes and slippers) CDAG – 10 aquaboxes with standby 15-man team; 1 unit rescue van with rubber boat (no outboard motor) and 1 unit ambulance for deployment CDAG Marawi – relief assistance TAO/C3 Snaptech – assorted medicines, communication equipment, medical team (1 squad (7-man) ready for deployment C3DSI –DESAR – Composite teams for deployment Flood Control Barangay Zone Alliance - mobilizing relief assistance Local Water Utilities Administration – 2 portable water treatment 10 gal/min; 2 mobile treatment plant; commercial boat; Electrical and Mechanical Engineers to help CDO Water district; LWUA Administrator Salvador Ner and Chairman Rene Villa conducted needs assessment to CDO CDO DECLARATION OF STATE OF CALAMITY
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Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental Negros Oriental Province Valencia , Negros Oriental Iligan City, Lanao del Norte (national declaration ) Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental (national declaration)

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Sitrep No. 14

Tab A

EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM “SENDONG” (WASHI)

INCIDENTS MONITORED/REPORTED CAUSED BY SENDONG
As of 21 December 2011, 6:00 PM

A. Floodings

Region VI Capiz - Sigma, (Brgys Agbo, Amaga, Cogon, Dayhagon, Poblacion Norte, Poblacion Sur, Guintas, Pagbunitan, Bangon-bangon, Mangoso, Capuyhan, Tawog, and Matangcong and Panitan (Brgys Cabanghan and Cabugao)

Region VII • Negros Oriental – Sibulan, Valencia, and Dumaguete City Region IX Zamboanga del Norte - Polanco- were temporarily evacuated to higher grounds for safety • Barangays Turno (Sitio Wakwak) and Dicayas in Dipolog City on 15 December 2011 at around 10:00 AM. • Sixty (60) families/300 persons from Sitio Wakwak, Brgy Turno evacuated to Turno Elementary School. Six (6) houses and one (1) Day Care Center were totally destroyed by raging waters. Five (5) other sitios were also affected but no report of displacement. Residents in Brgy. Dicayas, opted to stay with their respective houses in spite of the reported rise of flood level.
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Region X Massive flooding occurred in the following areas due to the overflowing of Mandulog and Agus Rivers: Lanao del Norte - Iligan City (24 brgys); Bukidnon (Valencia City); Misamis Oriental - El Salvador City (Brgy. Mougan) and Cagayan de Oro City (29 Brgys; Misamis Occidental (Ozamis City (6 Brgys) and Clarin (1 Brgy)

Region XI Compostela Valley Province (Municipalities of Compostela (2 Brgys), Monkayo (3 Brgys), Nabunturan (2 brgys , New Bataan(1 Brgy), and Montevista (1 Brgy) • A total of 106 families from Compostela evacuated to the Municipal Gymnasium and Central Elementary Schools and 18 families from Montevista at the Municipal Gymnasium • Davao del Norte (17 December 2011) with 514 families affected in Brgy. Napungas, Asuncion

B. Landslides Region XI • Compostela Valley – Moncayo (Purok 4, Purok 22 and Mt. Diwata, Diwalwal)Lanao del Sur in Kapai, (Brgys: Togonuan; Parao; Malimono; and Dimagalig) and Bubong (36 Barangays) and due to the overflowing of the Tagoloan River and Siguan River C. Sea Mishaps Region VII

One Cargo Ship “Ever Transport Cargo” anchored at Brgy. Calindagan, Dumaguete City sank due to strong winds and big waves. Said cargo ship is owned by Kherl Lines loaded with Asia Brewery products LCT Tampi Twin submerged halfway while moored at the Maayo Private Wharf in Sibulan, Negros Oriental due to big waves. The sea water entered through the open portion of its stern and thereby flooded the engine room A pump boat named “Bantay Dagat” owned by LGU Lazi, Siquijor sank while docked at the Lazi Port after being battered by strong winds and big

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F/BCA ALLEN JOHN with eight (8) fishermen on board, was reported missing since 16 Dec at Vicinity 60 NM East of Cateel Bay , Bislig City. Said sunk when battered by strong waves and was recovered. However, the fishermen on board were safe D. Road Bed Slippage Region V

Slippage due to flood in Brgy. Obo and Pangilao, San Miguel, Catanduanes

SitRep No. 14

Tab B

Effects of TROPICAL STORM "SENDONG" AFFECTED POPULATION
AS OF 21 DECEMBER 2011, 6:00 PM
TOTAL SERVED - CURRENT (Inside + Outside) Families Persons

Region/Province/ Mun/City Brgys

AFFECTED Families Persons

No. of Evac Centers

Inside Evacuation Centers Families Persons

Outside Evacuation Centers Families Persons

GRAND TOTAL
REGION VI (WESTERN VISAYAS)
CAPIZ
PANITAN SIGMA

325
15
15
2 13

65,608
-

502,599
-

58
0
0

9,940
-

43,718
-

39,434
-

218,564
-

49,374
-

262,282
-

REGION VII (CENTRAL VISAYAS)
BOHOL
VALENCIA

107
1
1

13,761
2,000
2,000

68,805
10,000
10,000

12
0 12
1 2 1

628
628
1 55 10

3,140
3,140
5 275 50

5,694
5,694
149 110 1,295 490 400 515 2,570 165

28,470
28,470
745 550 6,475 2,450 2,000 2,575 12,850 825

6,322
-

31,610
-

NEGROS ORIENTAL
AMLAN (AYUQUITAN) BACONG DUMAGUETE MABINAY PAMPLONA SAN JOSE SIATON SIBULAN TANJAY VALENCIA (LUZURRIAGA)

106
6 8 17 3 7 5 19 15 13 13

11,761
690 119 3,190 23 500 427 1,102 1,630 3,380 700

58,805
3,450 595 15,950 115 2,500 2,135 5,510 8,150 16,900 3,500

6,322
150 110 1,350 500 400 647 3,000 165

31,610
750 550 6,750 2,500 2,000 3,235 15,000 825

5 3

132 430

660 2,150

REGION IX (ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA)
ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE
DIPOLOG CITY POLANCO

15
15
5 10

1,290
1,290
822 468

4,947
4,947
3,164 1,783

0
0

-

-

-

-

-

-

REGION X (NORTHERN MINDANAO)
BUKIDNON
BAUNGON LIBONA MALITBOG VALENCIA CITY

140
31
6 14 1 10

45,988
943
118 220 5 600

409,114
4,625
602 1,018 5 3,000

44
0

9,232
-

40,178
-

33,484
-

188,814
-

42,716
-

228,992
-

LANAO DEL NORTE
ILIGAN

28
28

10,341
10,341

45,821
45,821

16
16

1,954
1,954

9,770
9,770

7,687
7,687

34,847
34,847

9,641
9,641

44,617
44,617

MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL
CLARIN OZAMIS CITY

7
1 6

-

-

0

-

-

-

-

-

-

MISAMIS ORIENTAL
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY EL SALVADOR KINOGUITAN LUGAIT MANTICAO NAAWAN

74
35 9 1 10 13 6

34,704
31,570 648 150 1,015 970 351

358,668
342,400 3,888 1,000 4,060 5,820 1,500

28
19 9

7,278
6,630 648

30,408
26,520 3,888

25,797
24,483

153,967
148,667

33,075
31,113 648 1,015 299

184,375
175,187 3,888 4,060 1,240

1,015 299

4,060 1,240

REGION XI (DAVAO REGION)
COMPOSTELA VALLEY
COMPOSTELA MONKAYO MONTEVISTA NABUNTURAN NEW BATAAN

14
13
2 7 1 2 1

1,016
502
106 378 18

5,080
2,510
530 1,890 90

1
1
1

30
30
30

150
150
150

242
242
242

1,210
1,210
1,210

272
272
272 -

1,360
1,360
1,360 -

DAVAO DEL NORTE
ASUNCION (SAUG)

1
1

514
514

2,570
2,570

0

-

-

-

-

-

-

REGION XIII (CARAGA)
AGUSAN DEL SUR
TALACOGON

29
2
2

3,552
64
64

14,648
320
320

1
1
1

50
50
50

250
250
250

14
14
14

70
70
70

64
64
64

320
320
320

SURIGAO DEL SUR
BISLIG HINATUAN LINGIG TAGBINA

27
10 15 1 1

3,488
1,146 2,091 250 1

14,328
3,826 8,996 1,500 6

0

-

-

-

-

-

-

ARMM
LANAO DEL SUR
KAPAI

5
5
5

1
1
1

5
5
5

0
0

-

-

-

-

-

-

AFFECTED AREAS REGIONS PROVINCES CITIES MUNICIPALITIES BARANGAYS

7 13 8 32 325

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CASUALTIES
AS OF 21 DECEMBER 2011, 5:00 PM

Tab C

REGION/PROVINCE/ MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY

Name

Age

Address

Cause / Date / Remarks

GRAND TOTAL
REGION V
Camarines Sur

1,010 DEAD
2
1 1 Marabillo, Camilo Pacundo, Jose 48 Brgy San Roque, Tinambac Brgy San Roque, Tinambac

REGION VII

45
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Aklan, Jovy

17 10 Legal Age 60 15 30 15 Legal age 5 68 66 40 Legal Age 2 60 Legal Age 7 12 31 Legal Age 71 52

Brgy. West Balabag, Valencia Brgy. West Balabag, Valencia Brgy. Pujagan, Valencia Brgy. Tutuban, Sibulan Brgy. Cadiocan, Valencia Brgy. Malabo, Valencia Brgy. Caidiongan, Valencia Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan Brgy. West Balabag, Valencia Brgy. Cadiocan, Valencia Brgy. Cadiocan, Valencia Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan Brgy. Malabo, Valencia Brgy. Balili, Valencia Brgy. Cadiocan, Valencia Bais City Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan Brgy. Poblacion, San Jose Basang Poblacion, Pamplona Brgy. Liptong, Bacong Brgy. Candao-ay and Brgy. Motong Sibulan Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan

Aklan, Randy Alcoreza, Edwin Jesus Amorganda, Lelisa galvez, Lemuel Bendiola, Mylene Bendiola, Belmarie Calijan, Rachel Depotado, Miguel Angel Duran, Florita Iso, Inecelio R Jimenez, Silveria Jimenez, Tessie Noay, Syra Ojeda, Queterio Paculanang, AJ Rendiola, Jamaica Renolano, Christine Joy Rodriguez, Maria Yayong, Cayetano Sr Sellero, Segunda Agus Macaligiw, Renato Unidentified bodies Unidentified unidentified Baby Girl Bukidnon, Wilma Balbon, Romeo Balbon, Mike John Balbon, Lenley Noay, Lilibeth Cadalin, Rey Jimenez, Candido Morcella, Helen Cabrestante, Janeth Lizaran, Diane Rose Macahidhid, Marcelo

Previously reported missing

Negros Oriental

1 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

31 70 8 10

Sitio Cogon, Brgy. San Jose, Tanjay City Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan Brgy. Tubtubon, Sibulan

12

Brgy. Apolong, Valencia Brgy. Caidiongan, Valencia

65 22 1 73

Katrina Homes Brgy. Batinguel Camella Homes, Candau-ay Camella Homes, Candau-ay Brgy. Sacsac

1 1

Cadeliña, Efren Tio Buquiran, Wilma

40 31

Brgy. Malabuhan, Bacong Sitio Cogon, Brgy. San Jose, Siaton

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REGION/PROVINCE/ MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY
Cebu 1

Name
Cortes, Antonio Jr.

Age
10

Address
Brgy. Cubacob, Mandaue City

Cause / Date / Remarks

REGION IX
Zamboanga del Norte

3
1 1 1 Mamuag, Hermoginia Siangco, Rodrigo Ramirez, Rogelio Jr. Brgy. Labrador Silawe, Polanco San Antonio Drowned Drowned Drowned

REGION X
Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental

950 650
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Abejuela, Soledad G. Arcadio, Nieves Avenido, Liza Bacarro, Gerardo Bagro, Edcel Bagro, Edcel John Bagro, Edison Bagro, Lisa Banawa, Roel Bandivas, Felimon Caangay, Vanessa Campanilla, Roque A. Cañete, Joan Jean Cañete, Joaquin Cañete, Julianne Chan, Buenaventura Diam, Ainee Princess B. SPO1 Edrote, Charlon Edulsa, Faustino L. Edulsa, Lea G. Espedosa, Francis Neil P. Feneral, Maricel S. Galvez, Lemuel Jimenez, Anna May Lapot, Mabelyn Lim, Yopel G. Lim, Soledad S. Magayong, John Harvey Mendiola, Grace G. Pador, Rexy Paquinhulan, Jose Gabriel M. Pasa, Lorenzo C. Pasaylo, Zenaida Picardal, Arthur M. Ragandang, Lourdes V. Sazon, Paterno L. Tantongco, Hanah Tantongco, Norma Urot, Solidad G. Valmorida, Nilo B. Villarino, Ernie Villarino, Andrea Quilog, Rosita Akut 81 58 35 65 1 39 37 6 71 62 57 55 78 79 74 3 36 38 33 Brgy. Macasandig Isla de Oro Carmen, Cagayan de Oro Brgy. Macasandig Brgy. Balulang Carmen, Cagayan de Oro Macasandig Carmen, Cagayan de Oro Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro Carmen, Cagayan de Oro Macasandig Brgy. Balulang Carmen, Cagayan de Oro Carmen, Cagayan de Oro Macanhan Macanhan Emely Homes Subd., Cagayan de Oro Emely Homes Subd., Cagayan de Oro Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Divine Shepherd Divine Shepherd Brgy. Balulang Brgy. Balulang Brgy. Macasandig Brgy. Macasandig Brgy. Tablon 13 8 12 67 3 Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro Brgy. 13 80 23 Macasandig Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned previously rptd missing as Mr. Galvez Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned 69 3 65 14 5 12 40 Brgy. Macasandig Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro Brgy. Cugman, Cagayan de Oro Canitoan, Cagayan de Oro Balongis, Cagayan de Oro Balongis, Cagayan de Oro Balongis, Cagayan de Oro Balongis, Cagayan de Oro Brgy. Balulang Balulang, Cagayan de Oro Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned

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REGION/PROVINCE/ MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY
10 13 20 32 65 93 6 7 361 Lanao del Norte Bukidnon 283 17 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 9

Name
Unidentified bodies Unidentified bodies Unidentified bodies Unidentified bodies Unidentified bodies Unidentified bodies Unidentified bodies Unidentified bodies (6 male, 1 female) Unidentified bodies Unidentified bodies

Age

Address

Cause / Date / Remarks
St. Peter Divine Shepherd Cosmopolitan Funeral Homes Green Hills Memorial Somo Funeral Homes Bollozoz Funeral Homes Everlasting Funeral Home

Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental

Iligan City

Previously reported missing

Agurrion, Eduria Gaqbito, Suerle Medio, Renilo Monleon, Inteng Monleon, Mally Monleon, Norberto PSI Arnold Bernabe Bustarde P/Insp Charlie Penolar Unidentified bodies

Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Baungon Imbatug, Baungon Bukidnon

Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned

REGION XI

5
1 1 Dela Peña, Rosita Tuan, Nazer Tuan, Rakema Tuan, Ashlia Lumactod, Julito 57 6 4 14 28 Mt. Diwata, Diwalwal, Monkayo Mt. Diwata, Diwalwal, Monkayo Mt. Diwata, Diwalwal, Monkayo Mt. Diwata, Diwalwal, Monkayo Mt. Diwata, Diwalwal, Monkayo Landslide Landslide Landslide Landslide Landslide

Compostela Valley

1 1 1

CARAGA
Surigao del Sur

1 1 4 4 Unidentified bodies Kapai Drowned Lisayan, Claudia 40 Sitio darugdan, Brgy. Maliksi, Tagbiba Hit by a flying object

ARMM
Lanao del Sur

GRAND TOTAL
Region VII
i

1,603 INJURED
33
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Biras, Mateo Caluscusan, Ana Marie Diputado, Roger Duran, Deborah Iso, Rudy Magbuena, Jennierose Pinero, Ramil Rodriguez, Dave Salbadico, Jepie Salinas, Aralon Balbon, Analie Calijan, nemuel Sonledos, Genaro Flordeliza Floren Cimafranca, Ferdinand Enumerabellion, Noel Maderal, Rovyn Anthony Silorio, Donald Anlap, Welgen Eufestan, Creshiela 27 44 17 30 5 19 10 mos. 33 25 40 32 45 32 13 27 23 21 11 41 Brgy East Balabag, Valencia Brgy East Balabag, Valencia Brgy Tubtubon, Sibulan Brgy Maslog, Sibulan Brgy Candau-ay, Dumaguete Brgy Maslog, Sibulan Brgy Palinpinon, Valencia Brgy Tubtubon, Sibulan Brgy Candau-ay, Dumaguete Brgy West Balabag, Valencia Brgy. Tubtuban, Sibulan Brgy. Boloc-boloc,Sibulan Brgy. Tinago, Dumaguete Brgy. Candayong, Dumaguete Brgy Tabuctubig, Dumaguete Brgy. Palinpinon, Dumaguete Brgy. Boloc-boloc,Sibulan Brgy Upper Lukewright, Dumaguete Brgy. Banilad, Dumaguete Brgy. Taclobo, Dumaguete

Negros Oriental

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REGION/PROVINCE/ MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1

Name
Lopez, Guillermo Jumalon, Tranquilina Jumalon Johalyn Barro, Susana Dinero, Ramil Manapon, Marocel Daltano, Celso Oreto, Jhon Joseph Mapula, Bryan Dagundong, Harold Panacieo, Ray Tindog, Dimie Bajada, Richmond

Age
69 49 9 18 30 26 41 20 28 13 20 35 33 Dumaguete

Address
Brgy. Bagacay, Dumaguete Brgy. Northern Junob, Dumaguete Brgy. Northern Junob, Dumaguete Brgy. Palinpinon, Dumaguete Brgy. Palinpinon, Dumaguete Brgy. Tubtuban, Sibulan Brgy. Balugo, Valencia Colon Extension, Dumaguete

Cause / Date / Remarks

Colon Extension, Dumaguete BCRC Bacung

Region X
Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental Lanao del Norte

1,569
1,223 346 Names for verification Unidentified Brgy. Hinaplanon, Iligan City Bruises

CARAGA
Surigao del Sur

1
1 Derayal, Eddie Sitio Mahaba, Brgy. San Juan, Hinatuan Confined at Hinatuan District Hospital

GRAND TOTAL
Region VII

46
19
1

MISSING
Balbon, Anavin 13 Brgy. Tutuban, Sibulan

6 1 1 1 Negros Oriental 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

Unidentified Cadalin, Evangeline Pañero, Angelo Pañero, Ana Rose Unidentified Unidentified Banalo, Ricric Culanag, Ferdinand Macasilhig, Vicente Macasilhig, Charl Christian Avila, James Alias "Otik" 43 17 48 18 13 9 5 Legal Age

Brgy. Tubtuban, Sibulan Brgy. Apolong, Valencia Brgy. Balili, Valencia Brgy. Balili, Valencia Brgy. Malabo, Valencia Pamplona San Francisco Sta. Catalina Brgy. Giliga-on Brgy. Maloh, Siaton Brgy. Maloh, Siaton Brgy. Bunawon Brgy. Maloh, Siaton

On-going SAR operation by PNP, 302 Bde PA, and MDRRMC

On-going SAR operation by PNP, 302 Bde PA, and MDRRMC

Region X

20
1
Duhayson, Lucidi Aluyin Duhayson, Eric

Isla De Oro, Cagayan de Oro Isla De Oro, Cagayan de Oro 50 63 Tibasak, Cagayan de Oro Tibasak, Cagayan de Oro Cagayan de Oro Cagayan de Oro Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon

Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental

1 1 1 1
1 1 1 1

Limbago, Jean C. Limbago, Amancio S. Acapulco, Mr. Acapulco, Mrs.

Saripa, Restituto Saripa, Teresita Tortoga, Loloy Totoga, Jessica Calumardi, Jonnie Calumardi, Genevieve Batingolo, Sotera Gabito, Susan Saripa, Sadam Durona, Baldon

Bukidnon

1 1 1 1 1 1

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REGION/PROVINCE/ MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY
1 1 1 1 Bukidnon 1 1 1 1 1 1

Name
Manleon, Marcos Batingolo, Evangeline Batingolo, Pedrito Calana, Lionel Estellore, Mark Anthony Eston, Rolly Baigad, Loloy Tabaña, Billy Norro, Eddie PO2 Sandy Labadan

Age

Address
Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Lingating, Baungon Salimbalon, Baungon Salimbalon, Baungon Salimbalon, Baungon Imbatug, Baungon Imbatug, Baungon

Cause / Date / Remarks

ARMM
Lanao del Sur

7
7 Unidentified

GRAND TOTAL
REGION VII
Dumaguete City

432 RESCUED/SURVIVORS
30
30 Crew of MV Ever Transport Cargo Ship Rescued in the area of Opol, Misamis Oriental by PCG Dist. Northern Mindanao. PRC to transport survivors to nearby hospitals Rescued by PCG Patrol Craft Rescued by CGD Northern Mindanao @ Brgys Makasandig & Isla de Oro, CDO & were transported to safer place 54 18 20 12 10 8 18 24 8 23 16 55 6 24 8 20 18 54 8 Rescued by QRTeam onboard MT Seaborne docked at Iligan City Rescued by PCG Station Iligan at Brgy. Hinaplon. Victims were brought to Iligan City Hospital for medical check-up/treatment

REGION X

402
13 Unidentified

Cagayan de Oro

76 44 250 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Unidentified Unidentified Unidentified Buhion, Rosito Talanghati, Romulo Lacuna, Giovaney Tapuco, Arbe Lacuna, Gabriel Talanghati, Luige Villaras, Saturnino Cuaresma, Ritchie Villano, Etylgen Sumile, Peter Jun Gabunada, Danjay Pepito, Clarita Alibio Reyes, Allen Janu Talanghati, Mylle Chavez, Ken Buacat, Dennis Bongcales, Julie Pacouy, Jamil

Iligan City

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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Tab D

EFFECTS of TROPICAL STORM "SENDONG" DAMAGED HOUSES
21 December 2011, 6:00 PM

REGION

Province/Municipality

DAMAGED HOUSES
TOTALLY PARTIALLY

GRAND TOTAL Region VII
Negros Oriental Amlan Bacong Mabinay Siaton Tanjay City Sibulan San Jose Pamplona Dumaguete City Valencia

14,520
4,812
Sub-Total 1,138
1,138 33 35 4 169 82
206 28 10 371 200

9,708
4,023
4,023 160 2 12 379 442
744 234 50 1,500 500

Region IX

Sub-Total
Zamboanga del Norte Polanco Dipolog City

9
9
2 7

0
0

Region X
Bukidnon

Sub-Total
Valencia City Baungon Libona Misamis Oriental Cagayan de Oro City Lugait Manticao Lanao del Norte Iligan City

3,484
83
3 43 37 621 535

3,171
19 7 12
407 342

25
61

50
15

2,780
2,780

2,745
2,745

Region XI

Sub-Total
Compostela Valley Monkayo

16
16 16

2
2 2

CARAGA
Surigao del Sur

Sub-Total
Bislig City Hinatuan Tagbina Agusan del Sur Talacogon

165
150 74 76 15 15

2,502
2,502 640 1,341 521 0

ARMM
Lanao del Sur

Sub-Total
Kapai
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0

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Tab E EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "SENDONG"
COST OF DAMAGES
as of 21 December 2011, 6:00 PM

INFRASTRUCTURE
Region/Province/ City/Municipality
SCHOOLS
ROADS/BRIDGES/OTHER STRUCTURES

AGRICULTURE
CROPS (Rice and Corn)
Type of Crops / Livestocks

HEALTH FACILITIES

No. of Schools Damaged

TOTAL COST (Infrastructure + Agriculture)

AMOUNT (Schools)

Estimated Peso Value

GRAND TOTAL TOTAL
REGION V
Camarines Sur Masbate

998,010,000.00
946,950,000.00
-

1,936,415.00
28,260,000.00
-

999,946,415.00
385,015.00
384,715.00 300.00

22,800,000.00
-

1,936,415.00
385,015.00
384,715.00 300.00

REGION X
Bukidnon Cagayan de Oro Lanao del Norte Iligan City Misamis Oriental No Breakdown

946,950,000.00
21,950,000.00 775,000,000.00 150,000,000.00

22,800,000.00
1,000,000.00 9,400,000.00 10,300,000.00 2,100,000.00

28,260,000.00

-

998,010,000.00
22,950,000.00 784,400,000.00 150,000,000.00 10,300,000.00 2,100,000.00 28,260,000.00

28,260,000.00

CARAGA
Surigao del Sur

-

-

-

1,551,400.00
1,551,400.00

1,551,400.00
1,551,400.00

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Tab F

EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "SENDONG" (WASHI) STATUS OF ROADS AND BRIDGES
As of 21 DECEMBER 2011, 6:00 PM

LOCATION
Region VII (CENTRAL VISAYAS)
Negros Oriental
Tanjay Bridge

SITUATION / STATUS

ACTION(s) TAKEN

Impassable

Region X (NORTHERN MINDANAO)
Cagayan de Oro City
Mangalay Bridge Section, Cagayan de Oro Mandulog Bridge I, Highway Secondary Diversion Rd., Km. 1522+484 Lumbia-Uguiaban By-pass Road, Cagayan de Oro Impassable Impassable Impassable Clearing operations on-going Barricades were installed before both approaches. Warning signs installed

Region XI (DAVAO REGION)
Compostela Valley
Matangad, Upper Ulip, Monkayo, ComVal Purok 3, Upper Ulip, Monkayo, ComVal Bridge totally destroyed (under repair) Hanging bridge totally destroyed (under repair)

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EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM “SENDONG” (WASHI)

Tab G

PRESIDENTIAL GUIDANCE RE-EFFECTS OF TS SENDONG, 17 DEC 2011
As of 21 December 2011, 06:00 PM

1. The number of casualties is alarming. If USEC Ramos had a 3-day lead time to disseminate warning advisories to Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur re-landfall of TS “Sendong”, there is a need to advance more than 3-day warning to mitigate the impact of incoming typhoons or natural calamities. DILG in tandem with DOST should look into the mitigation aspect of areas with high exposure to disaster risks, and employ prioritization as to their potential impact for disasters. 2. Consideration should include long-term mitigation measures to address siltation of rivers, mining and deforestation. 3. These high risk areas should be identified for human settlements and development be relocated into safe habitation. 4. Assets to include military response capabilities can be transferred before the 3-day warning whenever a typhoon will affect communities at risks. A review of the protocols to include maintenance and transporting costs of these air, land, and maritime assets should be undertaken. 5. Schedule a Presidential inspection and visit to affected communities in Cagayan de Oro City and Iligan City on Tuesday, 20 December 2011 6. Mandatory meeting or formal conference will be conducted by the Council and the Office of the President with LGUs for threatened areas due to incoming typhoons and avoid water-related disasters. This is to prevent the people react and will include calibration of warning. For DILG to look into the identification or designation of focal point/person among LGUs likely to be affected by natural calamities as OPR decision-maker. 7. There is a need to come up with a Crisis Manual for Natural Disasters. The thirteen (13) barangays reported in Cagayan de Oro City to be situated along the two (2) swollen river systems which river beds already silted are like “disaster waiting to happen”, if the 93 bodies recovered by the AFP are officially confirmed already as casualties. 8. DPWH to render an Assessment Report on Monday, 26 December 2011 on the on-going reconstruction of the main roads in Ilocos Norte particularly Pagudpud which was affected by landslides due to monsoon rains. This will also include the diversion roads, if any.

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Tab H

EFFECTS of TROPICAL STORM "SENDONG" (WASHI)

COST OF ASSISTANCE
as of 21 DECEMBER 2011, 6:00 PM

Region/Province/Mun/City

NDRRMC

DSWD

LGUs

NGOs

DOH

TOTAL

GRAND TOTAL REGION VII
Negros Oriental Without breakdown Dumaguete City Amlan Bacong San Jose Sibulan Tanjay Valencia Pamplona

40,000.00
-

10,871,894.46
2,207,050.00
2,207,050.00

1,229,175.75
191,833.75
191,833.75

524,000.00
504,000.00
504,000.00 504,000.00

5,100,692.08
30,000.00
30,000.00 30,000.00

17,765,762.29
2,932,883.75
2,932,883.75 534,000.00 472,500.00 52,500.00 38,500.00 140,000.00

472,500.00 52,500.00 38,500.00 140,000.00 220,450.00 1,050,000.00 58,100.00 175,000.00 191,833.75

412,283.75 1,050,000.00 58,100.00 175,000.00

REGION IX
Zamboanga del Norte Polangco Dipolog City

-

295,350.00
295,350.00 40,000.00 255,350.00

150,992.00
150,992.00 116,500.00 34,492.00

446,342.00
446,342.00 156,500.00 289,842.00

REGION X
HEMS Central Office for CHD X CHD IX for CHD X DOH (Iligan City and Cagayan de Oro City) CHD CARAGA for CHD X Augmentation from FO-XII Augmentation from CARAGA Lanao del Norte Iligan City MSU-IIT evacuation centers (Iligan City) Bukidnon Libona Valencia Baungon Misamis Oriental Kinoguitan Lugait Cagayan de Oro City

40,000.00

8,369,494.46
-

433,350.00
-

20,000.00
-

5,070,692.08
4,242,027.08 37,000.00 270,000.00 436,000.00

13,933,536.54
4,242,027.08 37,000.00 270,000.00 436,000.00 1,428,152.78 948,774.88

1,428,152.78 948,774.88 2,596,602.00 2,596,602.00 20,000.00 20,000.00 85,665.00 378,350.00 87,350.00 200,000.00 91,000.00 40,000.00 3,395,964.80 55,000.00 5,000.00 50,000.00 40,000.00 3,395,964.80 85,665.00

2,702,267.00 2,616,602.00 85,665.00 378,350.00 87,350.00 200,000.00 91,000.00 3,490,964.80 5,000.00 50,000.00 3,435,964.80

REGION XI
Compostela Valley Compostela Montevista Monkayo

-

-

224,000.00
224,000.00 59,000.00 65,000.00 100,000.00

-

-

224,000.00
224,000.00 59,000.00 65,000.00 100,000.00

CARAGA
Surigao del Sur Hinatuan Lingig Tagbina

-

-

229,000.00
229,000.00 165,000.00 59,000.00 5,000.00

229,000.00
229,000.00 165,000.00 59,000.00 5,000.00

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SitRep No. 14

Tab I

EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "SENDONG" (WASHI)

RESPONSE ASSETS DEPLOYED
as of 21 December 2011, 6:00 PM

UNIT PERSONNEL VEHICLES

ASSETS DEPLOYED
SEACRAFTS AIRCRAFTS OTHERS

AREAS of DEPLOYMENT

TOTAL
AFP
1 3 4th ID 2 1 1 PAF

876
8
Team Teams Teams Team Platoon 2 1 1

63
4
M35 Truck 2 M35 Truck

24
2

6
6
1

31
1
Longbed Truck Carmen, Cagayan de Oro Macasandig Kauswagan Vamante & Acacia

Rubberboats

M35 Truck 1 C130 UH-1H helicopters Choppers Choppers

Oroquieta City, Misamis Occ Cagayan de Oro
Sibulan, Valencia, Tanjay, and Dumaguete

Personnel

2 2 1

Davao Butuan

PNP
REGION 7 6

826
Personnel

54

17

0
1 1 2

30
Fire Truck Ambulance of Valencia Vehicles of LGU's Fire Truck 6x6 Truck of PA Dumaguete City Patrol Boat Coast Guard Veh Res Group Sibulan Pamplona Bacong 2 2 Choppers of PA Fire Trucks of BFP Mabinay Siaton M30 Military Trucks 1 1 1 6x6 AFP Truck Ambulance of Phil. Red Cross Dumptruck Brgy Poblacion North, Poblacion South, Labrador, Guinless and Villa Hermosa, all of Polanco Zamboanga del Norte Tanjay City Valencia

60

Personnel

3

PNP Patrol Cars

3 2 1 1

16

Personnel 1 Team Personnel Personnel Personnel Personnel

7 6 3

PNP Vehicles PNP Vehicles PNP Vehicles

2 9 15 30

1

Rubber Boat from Maritime Group Police

6 1 Patrol Car PNP Innova Marked Vehicle 1 Patrol Boat

REGION 9

24

Personnel

1

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UNIT PERSONNEL 32 Personnel 2 1 REGION 10 368 Personnel 3 Teams 44 REGION 13 14 7 14 8 20 7 150 Personnel 3 5 Teams Personnel Personnel Personnel Personnel Personnel Personnel Personnel 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 Police Patrol Cars Patrol Vehicle Patrol Jeep Patrol Jeep Patrol Jeep Patrol Jeep Patrol Cars Patrol Vehicle Back-Back Patrol Vehicle SOCO Van 1 5 1 1 2 10 VEHICLES Patrol Cars 6x6 Trucks 6x6 Trucks 2 3

ASSETS DEPLOYED
SEACRAFTS AIRCRAFTS 1 OTHERS 6x6 AFP Unit

AREAS of DEPLOYMENT Brgy. Sulangon, Maria Oray. Oyan, Burgos, Lower Hill Top and Ilaya all of Dapitan City Iligan City Cagyan de Oro City Brgy. Carmen, Nazarieth, Central Schools Vehicles (LGU) 1 5 6x6 Sadam Truck Civilian Vehicles Hinatuan Municipality Brgy. Union, San Antonio, Songkit, San Cular, San Juan, Bagsak Brgy. Pnikian, Bacolod Brgy. Bunga, Nurcia, Sibahay, Habag, Zone 1, Zone 3 San Agustin AOR Brgy. Mangagoy, Tabon, Cumawas, Poblacion Brgy. Talisay 3 Bachelor Buses Ambulance Augmentation to Region 10 Camp Alagar, Cagayan de Oro City

Rubber Boats Rubber Boats from Regional Maritime Office Rubber Boats Pumpboats (LGU) Pumpboat Pumpboat

1

Hilux Pick-up

Rubber Boat

1

PCG

36

5
1 2

5
Speedboat Rubberboats SARV- 3504 MCS - 3004

0

0
Northern Mindanao Cagayan de Oro Iligan Bay

32

Personnel

1 1 5
Vehicles

2 2

SOG Teams PCGA Teams

Vicinity of Alutaya Reef & Iligan Bay Cagayan de Oro & Iligan

DOH
HEMS Central Office Amai Pakpak Medical Center CHD VII CHD X 1 1 1 3

6
Team Team Team Teams

0

0

0

0
Region 10 (Technical Team) Iligan City (Medical Team) Valencia (RHAT) Region 10

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