C.

AFFECTED POPULATION (TAB C)  A total of 168,492 families/809,686 persons were affected in 804 barangays in 103 municipalities in 15 provinces of Regions X, XI, CARAGA and ARMM  Out of the total affected, 43,417 families / 203,022 persons were displaced and served inside 565 evacuation centers

D. STATUS OF STRANDEES (as of 06:00 PM, 20 January 2014) STRANDED CGDCV CGS Cebu CGS Tagbilaran CGS Dumaguete CGDEV CGS Catabalogan CGS Maasin CGDBCL CGS Cam Sur CGS Sorsogon CGS Masbate TOTAL E. STATUS OF LIFELINES    A total of 50 roads and 25 bridges are still not passable in Regions VIII, X, XI and CARAGA (TAB D) Mate, Bacolod Water System, Brgy. Purakan and Brgy. Bosque Linamon water pipes were damaged in Lanao del Norte The province of Dinagat Islands experienced total blackout on 17 January 2014 due to heavy rains and strong winds but resumed electricity earlier of 18 January 2014 PASSENGERS 80 VESSELS 19 02 01 ROLLING CARGOES 24 MBCA’s 05

2,489 40 60 230 51 2,950

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479 20

02 03 26 13 636 07

F. STATUS OF MAJOR RIVERS AND DAMS    Saug River, Asuncion, Davao del Norte – Overflowed Libuganon River, Kapalong, Davao del Norte – Overflowed Irrigation Dams in Aragon and Brgy Taytayan in Cateel, Davao Oriental were damaged due to flooding

G. DAMAGED HOUSES (TAB E)  The number of damages houses increased to 2,017 houses (739 totally /1,278 partially).

H. COST OF DAMAGES (TAB F)  The total cost of damages amounted to PhP367,120,978.22, with PhP128,513,750.00 for infrastructure and PhP238,607,228.22 for agriculture in Regions X, XI and CARAGA.

I.

SUSPENSION OF CLASSES AND GOVERNMENT OFFICES (as of 21 January 2014) REGION X PROVINCE/CITY/MUNICIPALITY Cagayan de Oro REMARKS Preschool, elementary and selected secondary schools (Barangays Besigan, Tignapoloan, Tumpagon,

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Compostela Valley XI Davao City Province of Dinagat Islands Tandag City Bayabas Cantilan Madrid Lanuza Lingig Agusan del Norte Butuan City J. COST OF ASSISTANCE 

Pigsan-an, Tuburanm Tagpangi, Taglimao, San Simon) Classes to all levels (public and private) Preschool to high school (public and private) Classes to all levels and government offices

CARAGA

Classes to all levels (public and private)

Classes to all levels and government/private offices

PhP59,368,683.64 worth of relief goods were provided to the affected families from the combined resources of DSWD (Php15,496,848.92), LGUs (Php43,224,262.60) and DOH (Php647,572.12) in Regions XI and CARAGA.

K. STATE OF CALAMITY REGION X PROVINCE/MUNICIPALITY/CITY Province of Lanao Del Norte Iligan City Kapalong, Davao del Norte Carmen, Davao del Norte Asuncion, Davao del Norte New Corella, Davao del Norte Tagum City, Davao del Norte Tarragona, Davao Oriental Manay, Davao Oriental Caraga, Davao Oriental Baganga, Davao Oriental Cateel, Davao Oriental Boston, Davao Oriental Sta. Josefa, Agusan del Sur Sibagat, Agusan del Sur Bunawan, Agusan del Sur San Francisco, Agusan del Sur Esperanza, Agusan del Sur Veruela, Agusan del Sur Trento, Agusan del Sur Rosario, Agusan del Sur Butuan City Province of Agusan del Norte Lianga, Surigao del Sur Tago, Surigao del Sur San Miguel, Surigao del Sur Bislig, Surigao del Sur RESOLUTION NO. DATE

05 s. 2014 07 s. 2014 2014-004 232 s. 2014

XI

13 January 14 January 12 January 14 January 14 January

05-2014 S. 2014 SN No. 42 s. 2014 06-2014 04-2014 05-2014 0003-14 03-2014 2 S. 2014 SP Res. 003-2014 3 S. 2014 PB-006 14-12

CARAGA

11 January 14 January 13 January 12 January 13 January 13 January 13 January 12 January 14 January 19 January 14 January 14 January 14 January

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III.

ACTIONS TAKEN

EMERGENCY PREPAREDENESS AND RESPONSE: NDRRMC Operations Center
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NDRRMOC remained under BLUE ALERT STATUS Disseminated NDRRMC Advisories on Weather Advisory to all regions affected through SMS and facsimile, uploaded the same at the NDRRMC Website, Facebook, and Twitter accounts for further dissemination to their respective local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Councils (LDRRMCs) from the provincial down to the municipal levels Continuous monitoring in on going Continuously disseminates Weather Bulletins and advisories and constantly monitors the situation PS20 vessel from Naval Forces Eastern Military conducted relief operations to affected areas Two (2) UH-1H HELIS from TOG 11 conducted SAR operations in 701 Bde Hqs. Troops of 75IB with PNP provided manpower assistance to the evacuees of Brgy. San Gabriel and Binongan in Veruela, Agusan del Sur and two (2) squads of Alpha Coy, 75IB provided manpower assistance to the evacuees of Brgy. Tapaz and Brgy. Poblacion, Sta. Josefa, Agusan del Sur One (1) section of 75IB with one (1) M35 truck provided manpower assistance to the evacuees of Brgy. Tabon, Bislig City, Surigao del Sur On 07:00 AM, 14 January, troops from A/661IB assisted evacuation from Purok 3, 6, 7, 8 of Brgy. Magsaysay, Nabunturan, Compostela Valley to Magsaysay Elementary School On 7:00 PM, 11 January, one section of 28IB conducted Disaster Response and Rescue Operation (DRRO) and evacuated 10 families from So Banganga, Brgy. Corporacion, 6 families from Bgry. Tagugpo, 75 families from Brgy. Site, Poblacion and 52 families from Brgy. Macango, Lupon, Davao Oriental to Brgy. Gyms. 36th IB installed Radio Base at the Surigao del Sur PDRRM Office to augment help in communication and rescue DILG CARAGA activated their disaster monitoring system and assists in dissemination of weather updates. Coordinates with their Field Offices and advised the LGUs to take precautionary measures

PAGASA  AFP   

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 DILG 

PCG    Placed on heightened Alert to respond in any emergency situation that might occur and to ensure the strict implementation of HPCG Memorandum Circular 02-13 PCG personnel assisted BFAR Patrol Boat MCS-3005 and Navy Ship PS-20 in transporting relief goods from Mati City to Lambajon Pier, Baganga and Davao Oriental PCG Surigao City Station has cancelled all sea travels in all ports of Surigao del Norte and Dinagat Islands and advised the public not to venture into the sea to avoid any untoward incident Prepositioned P33.50 million worth of emergency relief resources consisting of standby funds (P2.64million), 24,456 family food packs (P6.25 million) and other food and NFIs (P24.6 million) readily available for augmentation.

DSWD 

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Region CARAGA X XI TOTAL

Standby Fund 500,000.00 501,162.27 1,644,000.00 2,645,162.27

Family Food Packs No. 3,892 14,620 5,944 24,456 Cost 1,110,621.12 3,655,000.00 1,486,000.00 6,251,621.12

Other Food & NFIs 4,940,952.70 5,974,135.55 13,680,457.11 24,595,545.36

Total 6,551,573.82 10,130,297.82 16,810,457.11 33,492,328.75

o PRC    

FO CARAGA repacked relief goods and the conduct of relief operation to affected communities and gather information and status of evacuation centers Deployed personnel to conduct monitoring and to augment in relief distribution in affected areas in Compostela Valley, Lanao del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Davao del Norte, Agusan del Norte, Davao Oriental and Surigao del Norte Assessment was conducted in the Municipality of Jabonga, Agusan del Norte where evacuees already stayed for about 4 days in the evacuation center and rising of evacuated families was being reported Coordination with the LGUs is closely maintained Locally purchased relief goods for 200 families in Butuan City, Agusan del Norte  Compostela Valley Chapter provided hot meals to Brgy. Bankerohan Norte and Brgy. Tapia, Montevista  Davao Oriental – Mati Chapter assisted and provided meals, sleeping mats and blankets to 16 families that were evacuated at Mtiao Brgy Hall, Muni of Mati due to flooding.  Agusan del Norte-Butuan City Chapter continued the relief distribution of food items at Municipality of Jabonga, Agusan del Norte catering 273 families/1,042 individuals  Agusan del Sur Chapter team assessed the landslide area in Sibagat NFA CARAGA activated their provincial Operations Center to ensure ready assistance of rice if needed. They also have released rice to affected LGUs with the total of 625 bags since 12 January 2014

NFA 

MGB  Conduct ocular inspection of the reported landslide incident at Brgy. Marayag Proper, Lupon DOH  DOH HEMS augmented 30,000 pcs of Aquatabs to CHD XI last January 15, 2014; advised respective CHDs to confirm health consequences (i.e. deaths and injuries); continuous coordination to all regions affected; continuous monitoring of the weather disturbance; informed RHEMS coordinator regarding to the monitored event CHD VIII continues to monitor the event CHD X continues to monitor the event; coordinated with DOH representatives and verify reports; provided medicines per request of affected areas CHD XI is on Code White Alert; augmented drugs and medicines in Monkayo and Compostela Valley worth PhP17,000 each and cadaver bags to PHO Compostela Valley (25 pcs) and Mati City Health Office (10 pcs); CHD XI-DOH Representative conducted Rapid Health Assessment and CHD XI emergency team responders are on standby mode; continuous coordination with PHO, MHO, OCD XI, RESU and EPI program managers CHD CARAGA is on Code White Alert; OpCen is monitoring 24/7 basis; on-call/Standby of response teams; continuous monitoring of the event; coordinated with all PHO/CHO, PHTL, PDRRMO, CRDDMO, OCD regarding the status of flooding, evacuation and needs; delivered assorted medicines to all affected areas; prepositioned necessary drugs, medicine and medical supplies to CHD OpCen worth

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PhP300,959.24 and to Provincial Health Team Offices worth PhP281,768.22 and for immediate delivery to affected areas REGIONAL PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE:  RDRRMC V, VII, IX, X, XI and CARAGA disseminated weather advisory for Low Pressure Area (LPA); Continuously monitoring AOR for possible flashfloods and landslides, continuous weather update dissemination; Coordinates to all P/M/C DRRMCs for any updates in their respective Area of Responsibility

Region V OCD V  On Blue Alert status  Advised RDRRMC Response Agencies to place on standby alert all DRTs and submit status report and actions taken  Continuous coordination with PCDDBCL re status of different ports in the region PDRRMC Albay  Advised the LDRRMCs to: 1. Closely monitor the forecast events for its daily update and development from PAGASA and PDRRMC Albay through the local DRRMCs and local radio stations. 2. Activate and convene the LDRRMC to discuss the matter and come up with a local scenario for advance planning on appropriate counter measures. 3. Review their local risk reduction plan on flood, wind, landslide, lahar and coastal flooding as well as the corresponding vulnerable population for disaster avoidance. 4. Start reviewing the list of vulnerable population by sitio or purok and come up with the list as your basis in evacuation planning. 5. Come up with a listing of safe evacuation centers using government and private facilities including safe private houses for an effective evacuation planning.  Advised the residents to keep on monitoring the daily weather updates from PAGASA; maintain coordination with the local authorities and cooperate with the local authorities in case of emergency advisory issuance PDRRMCs Sorsogon/Camarines Sur/Camarines Norte/Catanduanes and Masbate  Continuously monitors their respective AOR and disseminates weather advisories  Alerted all concerned response agencies and groups Region IX PDRRMC Zamboanga del Norte  Conducted search, rescue and retrieval operations MDRRMC Mahayag  Conducted search and rescue operations MDRRMC Salug  Provided financial assistance to the victims of uprooted tree Region X  LGU conducted clearing operations at the road section in Kapatagan, Lanao del Norte  BDC, PDRRMC, MDRRMC, DSWD, RHU and KERT of Kapatagan, Lanao del Norte assisted in the pre-emptive evacuation of threatened families  CDRRMC Valencia personnel facilitated the pre-emptive evacuation of threatened families in Brgy. Catumbalon, Valencia City

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Region XI OCD XI  On alert status  Continuous monitoring of AOR and coordination with P/M/C/DRRMCs PDRRMC Davao Del Norte  Davao del Norte PDRRM OpCen conducted continuous monitoring of the water level of major rivers in the province  Activated Incident Command System  Created Strike Team to conduct situation assessment on the flooded areas  PDRRMC Rescue Groups continuously assisting the local DRRMCs in the conduct of evacuation and rescue operations  MSWDOs prepared and distributed food relief assistance to the affected families  LDRRMCs and PDRRMC continuously monitoring water level of major tributary rivers particularly Libuganon River, Saug River, Tuganay River, Nanaga River MDRRMC Asuncion  Asuncion MDRRM OpCen and Rescue group conducted pre-emptive evacuation at Barangays Sagayen and Canatan of Asuncion, Davao del Norte MDRRMC New Corella  Conducted rescue operations to the affected families  RDR Rescuers and volunteers conducted rescue operations for the affected families in Limbaan, New Corella MDRRMC Kapalong  Activated Incident Command System and created evacuation committee; activated KARES, PNP, 60th IB AFP and BFP for the conduct of rescue operations for any untoward incidents  Provided portable toilets, temporary breast feeding center and dressing room for women CDRRMC Tagum City  Conducted forced evacuation to the affected families  Activated Incident Command System and Opcen placed under Red Alert status  Coordinated with barangay DRRMCs particularly those barangays at identified high risk in flooding and landslide incidents  Coordinated with different CSOs for augmentation in the conduct of rescue operations  Prepositioned light and heavy equipment ready for deployment for any untoward incident  Activated different response committees in the conduct of emergency rescue & response efforts to the affected families CDRRMC Davao City  Opcen placed under Red Alert status  Continuously monitoring their AOR; monitors water level of their major river particularly Davao river; Disseminates weather updates to all Barangay DRRMCs thru telefax, radio message and SMS  Conducted forced evacuation to the possible affected families  Activated all rescue groups including 911 Emergency Response Team for the conduct of rescue operations to any untoward incident PDRRMC Compostela Valley  Provincial DRRM Office issued memorandum to all MDRRMCs to activate their respective Incident Command System  Philippine Army and Philippine National Police Response teams were activated to assist LGUs

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 PSWDO and MSWDO had already prepared food relief assistance for the affected families  PDRRMO is continuously monitoring the weather condition and status of major rivers; continuously monitoring rainfall through installed Automatic Rain Gauges in AOR  Compostela Valley emergency Response Team, together with ComVal PNP SARO and MOSART ALPHA conducted rescue operations in Nabunturan, Montevista, Monkayo and Compostela PDRRMC Davao Oriental  Continuously monitoring their AOR; disseminates weather updates to all LDRRMCs  67th IB PA instructed the residents to evacuate to other houses away from landslide area  DPWH and 67th IB PA conducted clearing operations at the affected area MDRRMC Cateel  Conducted ocular inspection to the affected areas MDRRMC Lupon  On red alert status  Conducted Rescue Operations and Evacuations to the affected families MDRRMC New Bataan  Issued EO No. 2 S. 2014 to conduct pre-emptive evacuation of families in identified high risk areas and activation of Incident Command System in municipal and barangay level  Continuous monitoring of waterways  Desilted Mayo River to mitigate flooding CARAGA Region PDRRMCs  Agusan del Norte and Dinagat Islands continue sending advisories to all MDRRMCs and advised fishermen not to venture into the sea  Surigao del Sur and Agusan del Sur are closely monitoring flood prone areas in their respective areas of resposibility; All other LDRRMCs are on heightened alert status  Surigao del Norte conducted coordination meeting with MDRRMC Tubod and Mainit; prepositioned 100 food packs for each municipality; PDRRMO zone teams were also dispatched to inspect and evaluate situation in high risk areas; prepositioned vehicles and conducted pre-emptive evacuation; conducted relief operations  PDRRMC Chair Gov. Glenda B. Ecleo declared the entire province under Imminent Danger and Heightened Alert due to rains brought about by the tropical depression; forced evacuation is imposed on all high risk area susceptible to landslide, flooding and storm surges  Surigao del Sur, CDRRMC Bislig and MDRRMC Carrascal are on 24 hour monitoring operation and set response team on standby at their respective OPCEN for immediate response  Surigao del Sur deployed 2 groups of Search and Emergency Response Team of Surigao Sur (SERTSS) in cooperation with 36th IB to Sitio Sampinit, Gamut in Tago and Brgy. Panaosawon in bayabas, Surigao del Sur for rescue operation earlier of 17 January 2014  Agusan del Norte conducted ocular survey in flood and landslide prone barangays of Cabadbaran, Tubay, Jabonga and RTR  Provincial Incident Management Team (PIMT) of Dinagat Islands was activated and operational planning and briefing was conducted. MDRRMCs  Sibagat through search and rescue unit is closely monitoring the Wawa River

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 Esperanza prepositioned rescue teams, equipments and facilities for possible evacuation  San Francisco issued local advisory for the pre-emptive evacuation of those in high risk areas  Esperanza and Sibagat prepositioned rescue teams, equipments and facilities for possible evacuation; Sibagat is closely monitoring the Wawa River  Trento deployed response team composed of local Search and Rescue Agusan Sur (SARAS), BFP and PNP to Brgys. Kapatungan, Basa, Manat, Tudela and Sta. Maria; a family with a 9 year old paralyzed special child was saved in this operation; extended relief goods and medical services to evacuees  Tubod conducted pre-emptive evacuation in Sitio Hubasan, Brgy. Cawilan, Purok 4 Brgy. Del Rosario and Purok 4 Brgy. Motorpool in coordination with 30IB PA, Greenstone Resources Corporation and Silangan Mindanao Mining Company; municipal employees of Tubod were on shifting schedule to man the Municipal OpCen  Hinatuan Chair Candelario Viola has ordered mass evacuation to the residents living along coastlines and island barangays prioritizing the vulnerable groups to include women, PWDs, elderly and children; Charlie Coy of 75th IB augment help during the evacuation; Hinatuan Response Team rescued 2 capsized boats early morning of 17 January 2014, no casualties reported  Carrascal is continuously conducting on-air wide dissemination on preparedness measures and weather bulletins; conducted ocular survey on the status of rivers, streams and landslide prone areas on 17 January 2014  Carras Nickel Corporation (CNC) deployed 15 rescuers and 1 heavy equipment for transportation in the request of MDRRMC Carrascal for help in the evacuation of the affected communities  Jabonga assisted in the evacuation and distributed relief goods and aqua purifier tablet/liquid to flood affected families  Buenavista convened for an emergency meeting to prepare for possible effects of this weather disturbance and established Command Center to monitor the situation. Likewise, forced evacuation was implemented in coastal and other high risk areas in the municipality and deployed rescue teams to assist in evacuation  Kitcharao issued local advisory for families near riverbanks to evacuate.  Las Nieves conducted emergency meeting and mobilized Emergency Response Team to conduct monitoring of situation in high risk areas and assist in relief distribution.  Magallanes and Nasipit prepositioned local rescue team for immediate response. Nasipit MDRRM Office together with MLGOO and PNP is on 24 hour monitoring operation.  RTR, Magallanes and Tubay prepared relief goods for affected families and evacuees.  MDRRMC members of Santiago and Tubay conducts regular patrol to their respective flood prone areas. CDRRMCs  Butuan City conducted emergency meeting for the discussion and approval of the Declaration of State of Calamity; raised Alert Level 2 and continues to monitor the water level in Agusan River; prepositioned rescue teams composed of PNP, AFP and local Emergency Response Unit in high risk areas for possible floodings  Surigao implemented forced evacuation to residents in Sitio Pagasa  Bayugan City provided 311 food packs to the affected families in evacuation areas  CDRRMC-Cabadbaran established Command Center, deployed rescue teams to monitor situation in coastal barangays and provided a total of 107 food packs to families affected by flooding BDRRMCs  Panagangan, La Paz, Agusan del Sur on 24 hour alert for evacuation if Agusan River continue to rise

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 Provincial Engineering Office and DPWH were deployed for clearing operations  Trapped vehicles in San Pedro, Lianga, Surigao del Sur were rescued by backhoe and loader with the assistance of DPWH  Charlie Coy of 75th IB augmented to assist evacuation operation in Bigaan, Tagbina ARMM ARMM HEART  Conducted validation and needs assessment on the affected barangays in Datu Odin Sinsuat Municipality  Informed and warned the barangay captains to take extra precautions regarding the possible re-occurrence of large waves _____________________________________________________________________

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SITREP NO 19 EFFECTS OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION "AGATON" INCIDENTS MONITORED As of 21 January 2014, 6:00 AM

TAB A

REGION/AREA TOTAL INCIDENTS MONITORED LANDSLIDE INCIDENTS REGION VIII

TIME/DATE OF OCCURENCE

DESCRIPTION

REMARKS

24 16
2 as per PDRRMO, a landslide incident occurred in 09:30 AM, 12 January 2014 Maharlika Highway, Brgy. Kahupian, Sogod, Southern Set-up early warning device and road Leyte signs as per MDRRMO, a landslide incident occurred at 09:00 PM, 12 January 2014 Brgy. Olisihan, Sogod, Southern Leyte 1 a landslide incident occurred in Brgy. Limpapa 11 January 2014 affecting the road going to Minicipality of Sibuco, No casualties reported Zamboanga del Norte 1 No casualties and damages reported; Clearing operation is on-going; Residents of Brgy. Lapinig, Kapatagan, due to heavy rains brought about by the 6:30AM, 11 January 2014 Lanao del Norte underwent preLPA emptive evacuation at the Barangay Hall 4 a landslide incident occurred along the 2:00PM, 11 January 2014 roadside of Sitio A1 Purok 6, El Salvador, New Corella No casualties and damages reported Davao del Norte 10:00AM, 11 January 2014 a landslide incident occurred at KM 6, Brgy. Pandapan, Tagum City, Davao del Norte a landslide incident occurred at Sitio Camansi, Brgy. Maglahus, Cateel, Davao Oriental due to continuous moderate to heavy rains affecting Compostela-Cateel National Highwav a landslide incident occurred at Brgy. Tubaon, Tarragona due to continuous rains one casualty reported (Boy Arenas) No casualties reported

Southern Leyte

REGION IX Zamboanga City REGION X

Kapatagan, Lanao del Norte

REGION XI New Corella, Davao del Norte

Tagum City, Davao del Norte

Cateel, Davao Oriental

9:00AM, 11 January 2014

Tarragona, Davao Oriental REGION XIII (CARAGA) Butuan City, Agusan del Norte

7:00 AM, 11 January 2014 7 12 January 2014

Due to heavy rains; along the road of Brgy. Sumili, Butuan Citv a landslide incident occurred along the road at Purok 5, Brgy. Tabon-tabon

No casualties reported Clearing operations on-going; still not passable to all types of vehicles

Butuan City, Agusan del Norte

05:00AM, 19 January 2014

Afga, Sibagat, Agusan del Sur

17 January 2014

Due to moderate to occasionally heavy rains

No casualties reported; Municipal Engineering and DPWH are on clearing operations; national road is now passable to light vehicles

Lanuza, Surigao del Sur Lianga, Surigao del Sur Carrascal, Surigao del Sur Dinagat Islands ARMM Marawi City, Lanao del Sur

12 January 2014 12 January 2014 12 January 2014 12 January 2014 1 17 January 2014

Due to heavy rains; Along the highway in Brgy. Nuncia Lanuza Due to heavy rains; Brgy. San Pedro, Lianga Due to heavy rains; Purok 7 Panikian, Carrascal Due to heavy rains; Along Brgy. Poblacion - Matingbe Road and rock slides in Magkono, Wilson, San Jose, Province of Dinagat Islands

No casualties reported No casualties reported No casualties reported No casualties reported

landslide occurred along Marawi - Iligan Road

No casualties reported; PDRRMC Lanao del Sur dispatched 2 backhoes and 4 dumptrucks for road clearing operations

FLOODING/FLASHFLOOD REGION X

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1 a flashflood incident occurred at Sitio Lumad, Brgy. No casualties were reported; Road Poblacion and Brgy Baylao, Mambajao, Camiguin; the clearing and creek declogging is onaffected families and houses damaged are yet to be going determined

Mambajao, Camiguin

04:00AM, 11 January 2014

REGION XI Davao del Norte

2 04:30AM, 11 January 2014 due to continuous heavy rains brought by the Low Pressure Area, flooding incidents occurred in the Municipalities of Asuncion, Kapalong and New Corella, Davao del Norte No casualties were reported in the incident; The road in Purok 1 km 10 in Brgy Sagayen in Asuncion is not passable to light vehicles

Compostela Valley

Two (2) infrastractures in Compostela Valley: the Bailey Bridge in Brgy Depot Due to the effects of the Low Pressure Area, flooding Upper Ulip and bank protection dike in Brgy Naboc both has occurred in 5 municipalities of the province in the Municipality of Monkayo were damaged 2 Due to continues moderate to heavy rains, floodings occurred in 7 barangays in the Municipalities of Veruela and Rosario in Aausan del Sur A total of 42 families were evacuated in Tubod, Surigao del Norte due to the rising water in the Magpayang River 1 10:30AM, 14 January 2014 Three (3) low-lying Barangays in the Municipality of Ampatuan are flooded due to continuous moderate to occasionally heavy rainshowers and thunderstorms A portion of the National Highway is still impassable to all types of vehicle; no casualties reported There is an on-going evacuation in Veruela with the assistance of the Search and Rescue Agusan del Sur (SARAS), MDRRMC Veruela and PNP

REGION XIII (CARAGA)

Agusan del Sur

Surigao del Norte ARMM Maguindanao

MARITIME INCIDENTS

2
2 03:00 PM, 14 January 2014 CGS Cebu alerted one (1) team SOUM/V "WEESAM EXPRESS 6" with fifty-three (53) CV and DF 318 and immediately passengers onboard ran aground at the vicinity seawaters of Bantolinao Point, Lapu-lapu City, Cebu dispatched to conduct SAR operation M/V "LADY OF ALL NATIONS" ran aground near Danajon Bank in Bohol while heading from Leyte to Cebu No casualty reported

Cebu

Central Visayas

12:20 AM, 16 January 2014

SITREP NO 19

TAB B

EFFECTS OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION "AGATON" CASUALTIES As of 21 January 2014, 6:00 AM
REGION/PROVINCE/ MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY AGE / GENDER

NAME

ADDRESS

CAUSE / DATE / REMARKS

GRAND TOTAL REGION IX Zamboanga del Norte REGION X Misamis Occidental

42 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 18 1 1 1

DEAD Brgy. Villahermoso, Roxas, Zamboanga del Norte Libertad, Calamba, Mis. Occ. Macabayao, Jimenez, Mis. Occ. Lower Sihayon, Zone 10A, Tagoloan Brgy. 4, Gingoog City Mt. Diwata, Monkayo, Compostela Valley Babag, Monkayo Tagbaros, Maco Andap, New Bataan 24 / M 33 / F Mt. Diwata, Monkayo Mt. Diwata, Monkayo Sitio Bango, Brgy. ngan, Compostela Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Tubaon, Tarragona Marayag, Lupon Marayag, Lupon 54 y/o 65 y/o 33 / M 62 / M 42 / F 13 / F 32 / M 2/M 19 / M 1/M 43 / M 2/F 47 / F La Filipina, Tagum City La Filipina, Tagum City

Myrna Mandas

43 / F

Drowning

Richard B. Aljas Arlene A. Fuentes Reynaldo P. Emata Marlon Uy Jenemae Gonzales January Ann Aquino Guadalupe Adlawan Estanislao Mania Enrile Erandio Margelyn Warain Eddie Largo Ramil Legaspi Niño Madindin Alfredo Moses Roy Baron Misael Cabales Norvin Alvarez Leo Arenas Ben Mar Pedro Rodrigo Artiaga Lupe Dawang Francisco Rivera Premitivo Morales Atanacio Geltura Realyn Geltura Michelle Geltura Felixberto Munoz Alqueder Muñoz Melito Gortina Adrian Alpeche Malayag Loreto Sabatin Ana Marie Noble Ocite Emerlinda Artajo

31 / M 13 / F 9/M 22 / M 6/F 2 y/o 70 y/o

Electrocution Drowning Drowning Drowning Due to landslide; previously reported as Jenelyn Gonzalez Drowning; previously reported as aquino Drowning Drowning; previously reported as unidentified Previously reported as Thata Enrandio and as missing Previously as missing Previously reported as missing Due to landslide Due to landslide Due to landslide Due to landslide Due to landslide Due to landslide Previously reported as Boy Arenas; Due to landslide Due to flooding; previously reported as unidentified and as "Pedro" Due to flooding; Previously reported missing Due to landslide in Bango, Compostela Valley Previously reported as missing

Misamis Oriental REGION XI

Compostela Valley

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Davao Oriental

24 / M

Davao del Norte CARAGA

1 1 19 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Province of Dinagat Islands

Poblacion, Cadianao

Due to landslide; previously reported as missing Due to landslide Drowning Drowning; Carried away by strong current of water while crossing Taglatawan River Drowning Drowning previously reported as Merlinda Artajo and missing due to capsized speedboat while being rescued Previously reported as missing due to capsized boat while being rescued

Lucena, Prosperidad P-8, Taglatawan, Bayugan City Brgy. Magsaysay, Prosperidad Kaimpugan, San Francisco Brgy. Nueva Era, Bunawan

Agusan del Sur

1 1

1 1 Agusan del Norte 1 1 1 1 Surigao del Norte 1 1

Lisa Moreno Saturnino Decoy, Sr. Saturnino Decoy, Jr. Loloy Salabe Raymond Formentera Jolito Solima Agatia Jason Orcilla Michael Paran

39 / F 49 / M 35 / M 9/M 6/M 32 / M 20 / M 14 / M

Nueva Era, Bunawan Brgy. Jagupit, Santiago, Agusan del Norte Brgy. Jagupit, Santiago, Agusan del Norte Brgy. Jagupit, Santiago, Agusan del Norte Carmen, Agusan del Norte Alegria, Surigao del Norte P-8, Tagbuyawan, Mainit Brgy. Laurel, Taganaan

Due to landslide

Drowning Previously reported missing. Body was found in San Jose, Jabonga Drowning due to flashflood Previously reported as missing; Carried by strong current while crossing the Mat-l River

GRAND TOTAL REGION IX Zamboanga del Norte REGION XI

65 2 1 1 36 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 27 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 8 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1

INJURED Brgy. Lanawan, Salug, Zamboanga del Norte Brgy. Lanawan, Salug, Zamboanga del Norte Mt. Diwata, Monkayo Mt. Diwata, Monkayo Mt. Diwata, Monkayo Mt. Diwata, Monkayo Mt. Diwata, Monkayo Mt. Diwata, Monkayo Mt. Diwata, Monkayo Mt. Diwata, Monkayo Mt. Diwata, Monkayo Mt. Diwata, Monkayo Bango, Compostela Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Bangol, Tarragona Purok 11B, Mabini Purok 11B, Mabini Bunawan Brook, Bunawan Bunawan Brook, Bunawan Bunawan Brook, Bunawan Bunawan Brook, Bunawan Bunawan Brook, Bunawan Bunawan Brook, Bunawan Bunawan Brook, Bunawan Bunawan Brook, Bunawan Bunawan Brook, Bunawan Libertad, Bunawan Libertad, Bunawan Libertad, Bunawan Libertad, Bunawan Libertad, Bunawan Libertad, Bunawan Libertad, Bunawan Libertad, Bunawan Libertad, Bunawan Libertad, Bunawan Libertad, Bunawan Libertad, Bunawan Poblacion, Bunawan Poblacion, Bunawan Poblacion, Bunawan Poblacion, Bunawan Poblacion, Bunawan San Marcos, Bunawan

Ernesto R. Nunez, Jr Christian James Nunez Jessa Abuyog Jose Faustino Leonard Faustino Liey Nicole Faustino Medina Abuyog Pedro Abuyog Recelie Barrientos Reneboy Barrientos Bert Matarong Joshua Abuyog Rommel Alcano Unidentified Alejandro Justol Ariel Cabayao Escobal Cookie Yoga Dioscoro Brion Bolo Eduardo Sebetero Elorde Paje Fel Baron Gerald Rusca Nueva Gloria Vasquez Escobal Jesric Abraham Jhon Mark Alvarez Joel Enclunar Hisanza Jorito Enclunar Hisanza Lefer Sarabia Reyes Marlon Alvarez Palayoc Budadong Langungan Renelaz Dela Cruz Cuesta Rosalino De Asis Balico Bobby Novasquez Louie Bangcaya Antonio Ampid Diosa Callar Estrelieta de Castro Jaemhil Elorde Jesus Perez Joseph De Garcia Myrna Bulay-og Rey Lagare Reynaldo Jardeliza Alberta Mique Alvin Lacaza Angelo Bactol Bernard Arevalo Bernard Basas Charlyn Bactol Felix Bebis Marites Basas Roland Gubatangga Rowena Andales Susie Doblero Victoria Bebis Elsa Rudico Joan Dapitan Maricel Numancia Mary Joy Sorilla Rosavilla Marcial Rudy Ayala MISSING

32 / M

Due to fallen tree

Compostela Valley

8 4 16 7 43 43 18 28 14 4

Previously reported as unidentified

Previously reported as unidentified

41 / M 19 / M 14 / M 37 / M 53 / M 49 / M 19 / M 28 / M 43 / M 23 / M 25 / M 43 / M 14 / M 16 / M 40 / M 41 / M 45 / M 29 / M 37 / M 45 / M 72 / F 72 / F 32 / M 42 / M 45 / M 57 / F 38 / M 47 / M 57 / F 1/M 16 / M 28 / F 41 / M 11 / F 55 / M 34 / F 38 / M 39 / F 50/ F 58 / F 45 / F 30 / F 43 / F 30 / F 54 / F

Davao Oriental

Previosly reported as unidentified

Davao del Norte CARAGA

Agusan del Sur

Nail punctured at right foot Punctured wound at right foot Lacerated wound at right foot Punctured wound at right hand Lacerated wound at left foot Abrassion at left foot Lacerated wound at left foot Abrassion at left leg Lacerated wound at left foot Punctured wound at right foot Punctured wound at left foot Punctured wound at right foot Punctured wound at left foot Punctured wound at left foot Punctured wound at left foot Punctured wound at left foot Abrassion at left foot Punctured wound at right foot Punctured wound at right foot Punctured wound at right foot Punctured wound at right foot Punctured wound at right foot Punctured wound at left foot Punctured wound at right leg Punctured wound at right foot Lacerated wound at left foot Lacerated wound at right foot

GRAND TOTAL REGION IX Zamboanga del Norte REGION X Misamis Occidental REGION XI Compostela Valley Davao Oriental CARAGA Surigao del Norte Agusan del Norte

Leodegario Berto

60/M

Brgy. Labrador, Polanco, Zamboanga del Norte Taboc Sur, Oroquieta City Mt. Diwata, Monkayo Mt. Diwata, Monkayo Pagsilaan, Andap, New Bataan Swept away by flood

Ranulfo Bayotas Germania Faustino Reyleyson Warain Antonio Mania Miriam Luyan Zosimo Roma Rexton Formentera

23 / M 40 y/o 7 y/o

Previously reported as unidentified

1 2 1 1

34 / F 37/M 3/M

Sitio Marayag, Lupon Poblacion 1, General Luna, Carmen, Agusan del Norte Went fishing last 17 January 2014 Swept away by flood

SITREP NO. 19

TAB C

Effects of Tropical Depression "AGATON" AFFECTED POPULATION
As of 21 January 2014, 6:00 AM Region/Province/ Mun/City AFFECTED Brgys Families Persons
No. of Evac Centers Inside Evacuation Centers Families Persons

GRAND TOTAL
REGION X (NORTHERN MINDANAO) BUKIDNON IMPASUG-ONG MALAYBALAY CITY MALITBOG VALENCIA CAMIGUIN MAMBAJAO LANAO DEL NORTE BACOLOD BAROY ILIGAN KAPATAGAN KAUSWAGAN LINAMON MUNAI MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL OZAMIS CITY TUDELA MISAMIS ORIENTAL ALUBIJID CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY GINGOOG CITY MAGSAYSAY (LINUGOS) REGION XI (DAVAO REGION) COMPOSTELA VALLEY COMPOSTELA LAAK (SAN VICENTE) MACO MARAGUSAN (SAN MARIANO) MAWAB MONKAYO MONTEVISTA NABUNTURAN NEW BATAAN PANTUKAN DAVAO DEL NORTE ASUNCION (SAUG) BRAULIO E. DUJALI CARMEN KAPALONG NEW CORELLA SANTO TOMAS TAGUM DAVAO DEL SUR DAVAO CITY DON MARCELINO MALITA SANTA CRUZ SANTA MARIA DAVAO ORIENTAL BAGANGA BANAYBANAY BOSTON CARAGA CATEEL GOVERNOR GENEROSO LUPON MANAY MATI TARRAGONA REGION XIII (CARAGA) AGUSAN DEL NORTE BUENAVISTA BUTUAN CITY

804
81 6 1 3 1 1 12 12 43 4 1 18 4 6 7 3 4 1 3 16 2 12 1 1 238 62 14 4 1 1 1 5 11 7 16 2 64 17 4 10 14 9 4 6 8 2 1 2 2 1 104 18 2 8 17 11 5 7 17 11 8 460 95 12 48

168,492
14,938 130 20 88 18 4 7,381 7,381 6,421 223 16 4,272 322 716 372 500 119 3 116 887 10 706 35 136 69,134 10,092 4,208 567 115 50 11 1,899 806 276 2,099 61 9,394 4,592 1,083 196 1,387 644 873 619 97 55 13 15 10 4 49,551 16,394 20 3,789 8,856 9,692 252 473 5,043 1,294 3,738 81,733 14,615 1,293 6,864

809,686
69,186 648 100 438 90 20 34,371 34,371 29,191 819 51 19,696 1,383 3,336 1,406 2,500 694 20 674 4,282 32 3,557 143 550 343,922 50,460 21,040 2,835 575 250 55 9,495 4,030 1,380 10,495 305 45,089 22,960 5,415 980 6,162 3,220 4,365 1,987 438 275 65 50 40 8 247,935 81,970 100 18,945 44,280 48,460 1,910 2,365 25,215 6,570 18,120 383,143 68,922 6,288 33,966

565
64 1 1 42 3 1 29 3 1 5 1 1 20 12 6 2 48 25 3 3 1 1 1 10 1 3 2 -

43,417
4,955
18 18
-

203,022
22,522
90 90
-

3,901 184 16 3,031 308 45 317 116 116 920 706 78 136 5,766 1,123 359 109 115 50 11 372 9 37 61 -

17,426 549 51 13,657 1,540 225 1,404 557 557 4,449 3,557 342 550 28,394 5,529 1,795 545 512 227 55 1,860 45 185 305 -

3 2 1

68 55 13

340 275 65

20 1 1 3 4 5 1 1 1 3 453 103 3 63

4,575 300 7 2,534 212 893 154 50 140 285 32,696 10,098 258 6,624

22,525 1,500 35 12,670 1,060 4,465 770 250 350 1,425 152,106 47,618 1,290 31,934

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Region/Province/ Mun/City CABADBARAN JABONGA KITCHARAO LAS NIEVES MAGALLANES REMEDIOS T. ROMUALDEZ SANTIAGO TUBAY AGUSAN DEL SUR BAYUGAN BUNAWAN ESPERANZA LA PAZ LORETO PROSPERIDAD ROSARIO SAN FRANCISCO SAN LUIS SIBAGAT TALACOGON TRENTO VERUELA DINAGAT ISLANDS BASILISA (RIZAL) CAGDIANAO DINAGAT LIBJO (ALBOR) LORETO SAN JOSE TUBAJON SURIGAO DEL NORTE ALEGRIA BACUAG BURGOS CLAVER DAPA GIGAQUIT MAINIT MALIMONO PLACER SISON SURIGAO CITY TAGANA-AN TUBOD SURIGAO DEL SUR BAROBO BAYABAS BISLIG CAGWAIT CANTILAN CARMEN CARRASCAL CORTES HINATUAN LANUZA LIANGA LINGIG MADRID SAN AGUSTIN SAN MIGUEL TAGO TANDAG

AFFECTED Brgys 5 8 1 1 3 6 3 8 127 6 10 20 3 5 17 11 12 6 1 12 17 7 53 14 1 3 17 5 10 3 72 2 3 2 13 1 11 8 1 4 3 15 5 4 113 4 2 12 4 7 2 6 1 14 13 5 1 4 1 4 25 8 Families 158 2,235 135 620 600 2,006 80 624 35,250 317 5,589 3,726 197 579 5,270 3,370 2,671 2,839 26 2,996 6,497 1,173 2,288 496 15 221 839 172 327 218 6,199 163 156 83 2,265 61 877 865 132 50 63 1,079 277 128 23,381 176 18 3,158 118 1,473 55 1,523 10 1,309 1,831 983 425 109 31 369 6,175 5,618 Persons 790 9,204 408 2,370 3,000 9,703 263 2,930 165,910 1,585 24,213 17,115 1,021 2,683 25,650 16,850 10,672 14,883 130 14,483 31,869 4,756 11,322 1,893 75 935 5,283 860 1,426 850 24,753 950 694 400 8,809 305 3,426 3,373 528 205 273 4,084 1,195 511 112,236 846 92 15,807 590 7,315 275 7,593 32 6,456 9,070 4,915 2,157 545 139 1,453 27,453 27,498

No. of Evac Centers

Inside Evacuation Centers Families Persons

16 1 1 2 3 2 12 144 6 26 16 3 3 8 11 10 8 1 7 32 13 57 20 2 24 9 2 80 3 5 7 3 14 15 3 24 1 5 69 3 1 8 1 4 2 6 1 15 6 5 1 3 1 3 5 7

457 135 620 368 936 76 624 12,707
312

1,887 408 2,370 1,840 4,680 328 2,881 58,775
1,560

3,059 1,117 186 176 133 996 2,629 99 26 155 3,148 671 1,629 406 75 748 182 218 2,911 42 133 1,043 61 473 351 10 606 50 142 5,351 126 4 254 102 120 55 742 10 1,202 267 953 425 105 31 270 410 401

14,003 5,591 955 866 644 4,980 10,556 555 130 738 15,402 2,795 7,979 1,416 255 4,737 731 840 12,362 210 588 4,359 305 2,031 1,673 46 2,379 200 571 25,372 630 22 1,037 510 600 275 3,649 32 5,921 1,267 4,524 2,157 525 139 1,251 2,050 1,413

ARMM
MAGUINDANAO AMPATUAN DATU ABDULLAH SANGKI RAJAH BUAYAN SULTAN SA BARONGIS (LAMBAYONG)
AFFECTED AREAS REGIONS PROVINCES CITIES MUNICIPALITIES BARANGAYS

25
25 3 6 9 7
4 15 11 103 804

2,687
2,687 200 818 768 901

13,435
13,435 1,000 4,090 3,840 4,505
Sources:

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DROMIC Report No. 27 OCD Regl Office CARAGA Sitrep No. 22 OCD Regl Office 10 Prog Rpt No. 12 OCD Regl Office 11 Prog Rpt No. 20

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SITREP NO 19 EFFECTS OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION "AGATON" "STATUS OF ROADS AND BRIDGES" As of 21 January 2014, 6:00 AM
REGION VIII PROVINCE Southern Leyte Linamon MUNICIPALITY / CITY ROAD / BRIDGES Daang Maharlika (Bdry. Mahaplag-Sogod-LibangonLiLoan Road) Larapan Bridge Kolambugan-Tangkal Provincial Road 4 Municipal Roads at Barangay Pindulonan, Poona Piagapo 2 Municipal Roads at Barangay Cabasaran, Poona Piagapo Municipal Road at Barangay Dinayeg, Poona Piagapo Poona Piagapo-Matungao Foot Bridge Barangay Pindulonan Submarine Bridge Babalaya Bacolod Hanging Bridge Misamis Oriental Balingasag Mambayaan Bridge Gingoog-Butuan Road Maco Monkayo Montevista Provincial Road, P4, Panibasan Bailey Bridge, Brgy. Depot Upper Ulip P5 Hanging Bridge, New Visayas Montevista-Mati Bdry. Road (Km.1457+216 Km.1457+376) in Brgy New Visayas P4 Andap Road Temporary Bridge, Pagsilangan, Andap Provincial Road Brgy. Magangit Camarin, Andap Road Compostela Valley New Bataan Magangit Road P2,4 & 8 Cogonon Road P1,Fatima Road Prk 3&4,Kahayag Bridge Prk 9 Cabinuangan Hanging Bridge Prk 10, Cabinuangan Hanging Bridge Sabina Mines Section Callawan Bridge, Barangay Cogonon XI P1 Culvert Bridge, Barangay Magsaysay Montevista-Mati Bdry. Road ( Km.1457+216 Km.1457+376) in Brgy Saddle Section and Km. 1460+000 - Km. 1471+100) Intermittent Section Baugo Bridge San Jose Bridge Santiago-Sta. Fe Road Caraga Gov. Teodoro Palma Gil (Manurigao) Bridge Sobrecarey Bridge Manurigao Bridge Caraga Bridge Davao Oriental Boston Baganga Sitio Carabatun, Sibahay Road Sitio, Cabasagan Road Sitio Magay, Saoquegue Bridge Sitio Dawis, Central Bridge Cateel-Compostela Road - Tagolinao Section Spur 2, Aliwagwag Road Cateel San Rafael-Papag Road Tawid-Taytayan Road Lumao Bridge, Alegria Mati-Maragusan Road - Bdry. to Marayag STATUS

TAB D

Not Passable-Major landslides/roadcut Not Passable-collapsed due to flashfloods Not Passable Not Passable Not Passable Not Passable Not Passable, Totally Damaged Not Passable, Partially Damaged Not Passable Not Passable Not passable due to landslide Not passable due to mud slide, clearing operation is ongoing. Not Passable, Washed Out Not Passable, totally washed out Not Passable due to high level of flood water Not Passable Not Passable-Collapsed Not passable due to flooding and landslide; alternative route from Panag to Camanlangan road Not Passable Ongoing clearing operation Not Passable Not Passable Totally Damaged Totally Damaged Totally Damaged Not Passable due to landslide Scoured Approach Totally Damaged Not Passable Not Passable Not passable due to damages Not passable due to flooding Not Passable Not Passable; washed out Not Passable Not Passable Not passable due to landslide Not passable due to landslide Not passable due to overflowed river Not passable due to overflowed river Not passable due to washed-out culvert Not passable due to landslide Not passable due to flooding Not passable due to flooding Not passable due to damages Not Passable

Lanao del Norte X

Liboton

Agusan del Norte

Cabadbaran City

Agusan del Sur

Veruela

Road to Brgy. Bongugon Del Pilar NRJ Cuevas-Bislig Road a. K1377+650-K1377+800 b. K1380+600-K1380+650 c. K1382+800-K1383+100 Sta. Maria Section d. K1387+982-K1387+998 Sta. Maria Section NRJ Bayugan-Calaitan-Tandag Road (Km. 1285+100 Km. 1285+130), Berseba Section Binongan National Road Asuncion-San Isidro-Laak-Veruela Road a. K1537+900-K1537+950 b. K1546+420 Butuan City-Talacogon-Loreto-Veruela-Sta Josefa Road a. Km.1329+000-1330+000 Zilovia Section; b. Km 1314+120-1314+140 San Luis Section

Not passable

Not passable

Not passable due to landslide Not passable Not passable

Not passable Not passable Not passable due to flooding Not passable due to flooding Not passable Not passable Not passable Not passable

Dinagat Islands CARAGA

Detour Kinawan Bridge (K1379+250) Brgy. Bonifacio detour of Dumlao Bridge Brgy. Tinago Malimono Spillway to Brgy. Cansayong Hubo Bridge (K1362+701) Jct. Gamut-San Miguel Bayugan Rd. a. K1316+000-K1316+050 b. K1318+000-K1319+000

Surigao del Norte

Payasan-Los Arcos Road (K1390+000-K1393+858) JNR Barobo-Agusan Del Sur Bdry Rd. (K1404+000K1406+000) Surigao-Davao Coastal Road a. K1268+236-K1269+458 Nurcia Section b. K1310+300-K1314+200 c. K1406+000-K1406+150 d. K1481+500-K1481+530 e. K1501+200-K1501+400 Union Section Lingig to Davao Oriental Roads Barangay Tagongon to Barangay Sta Maria, Tagbina

Not passable

Surigao del Sur

Not passable due to landslide Not passable due to landslide

Roads Bridges TOTAL

50 25 75

SitRep No. 19

Tab F EFFECTS OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION "AGATON"
COST OF DAMAGES As of 21 January 2014, 6:00 AM

INFRASTRUCTURE
Region/Province/ City/Municipality
CROPS (Rice and Corn)
ROADS/BRIDGES/OTHER STRUCTURES
Estimated Peso Value

AGRICULTURE
LIVESTOCKS
Estimated Peso Value

HVCC (Mango, Banana, Papaya, Vegetables)

FISHERIES
Estimated Peso Value

TOTAL COST (Infrastructure + Agriculture)

GRAND TOTAL TOTAL
REGION X
Camiguin Lanao del Norte

128,513,750.00
128,513,750.00
82,100,000.00
100,000.00 82,000,000.00 26,585,265.15

238,607,228.22
78,205,252.65
26,585,265.15

367,120,978.22
6,925,025.00
108,762,590.15
100,000.00 108,662,590.15

883,215.00
-

152,593,735.57
77,325.00
77,325.00

REGION XI
Compostela Valley Davao del Norte Davao Oriental

8,800,000.00
8,800,000.00

23,121,350.00
621,375.00 22,499,975.00

-

149,399,836.57
38,679,774.77 108,305,508.00 2,414,553.80

3,699,000.00
3,699,000.00

185,020,186.57
38,679,774.77 121,425,883.00 24,914,528.80

CARAGA REGION
Agusan del Sur Surigao del Norte Surigao del Sur

37,613,750.00
30,470,000.00
6,443,750.00

28,498,637.50
23,361,387.50
2,872,800.00 2,264,450.00

883,215.00
415,715.00 415,000.00 52,500.00

3,116,574.00
3,066,574.00
50,000.00

3,226,025.00
7,800.00 3,218,225.00

73,338,201.50
57,321,476.50 9,781,550.00 6,235,175.00

700,000.00

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