REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

NATIQu ",L DISASTER COORDINAT"? COUNCIL
National Disaster Management Center, Camp Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City, Philippines

NDCC UPDATE
SitRep No. 13 on Humanitarian Coordinations on Tropical Storm "ONDOY" Releasi

GLEN^ J RABONZA
Administrator, OCD and Executive Officer, NDCC

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Officer:

DATE:

29 September 2009,3:00 PM

Sources: DOST-PAGASA, AFP, PCG, PNP, DSWD, DPWH, DOH, MMDA, OCDRCs I, 1 , 1 1 IV-A, IV-B, V, IX, XI/, 1 1, CAR, NCR & DROMIC

I. EFFECTS A. Summary of Affected Population (Tab A)
a

334,959 families 1 1,939,729 persons No. of Evacuation Centers: 571 Total Evacuees Served: 107,616 families 1 567,417 persons Inside ECs - 64,404 families 1319,547 persons Outside ECs - 43,212 families 1247,870 persons

B. Casualties (Tab B)

DEAD: 246 (NCR-101, CAR-3, Region 111-37, IV-A-105) MISSING:
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38 (1 in CAR, 9 in Region I,
Region IV-A)

1 in Region 11, 7 in Reion 111, 20 in

INJURED: 5 (1 in Sta. Cruz, Laguna, 1 in Cavite and 3 in Kabayan, Benguet)

C. Cost of Damages PhP4,692,292,780.00 (Tab C) Infrastructure - PhP1,517,096.00 Agriculture - PhP3,175,196,780.00 D. Damaged Houses - 3,272 (Tab D) Totally = 2,223 and Partially = 1,049
E. Cost of Assistance PhP 9,015.679 (Tab E) DSWD - 2,737,166.00 - 594,910.70 DOH LGUS - 1,959,227.30 NDCC 3,724,375.00

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The NDCC facilitated the release of 3.950 sacks of rice to the following: NCR - 600 sacks of rice - I,150 sacks of rice Region 111 Region IV-A - 2,000 sacks of rice - 200 sacks of rice Region X
Telefax: NDCC Opcen (+632) 911-1406; 912-2665; 912-5668; NDCC Secretariat (+632) 912-0441; 9125947: Ofice of the Administrator, OCD (+632) 912-2424 Email: dopcen@ndcc.aov.ph Website: www.ndcc.nov.~h

II. Status of Emergency Response Operations
1. Rescue and Evacuation Summary of Assets Deployed and Number of Persons Rescued (Tab F-1 and F-2) Assets - AFP: 1,385 personnel, 5 companies, and 13 platoons 12 ambulances, 50 M35 trucks, 59 rubber boats and 114 other vehicles; 20 US Servicemen, 2 US watercrafts, 1 US Chopper, 8 Island Cruise (Civilian Sea craft) Number of Persons Rescued - 12,359 persons 2. Coordination Activities Establishment of Command Posts (7) • NDCC Relief Center No. 4 – Kalayaan Hall, Malacañang Grounds 1. Contact Person – Ms. Luli Arroyo and all female members of PGMA’s Family with Tel Nos. 734-2192 or 734-3971- 86 • Advance Command Posts (ACP) in the following strategic areas: 2. Katipunan Avenue cor. Aurora Boulevard, Marikina City. The over-all commander is Hon. Mayor Marides Fernando while the Incident Commanders are Mr. Robert Nacianceno and Mr. Ramon Santiago of MMDA with telephone numbers (0917) 322.1951 and (0920) 938 9914 3. Alpha base 8th Floor, Pasig City Hall with telephone number 643-0000. The over-all commander is Mayor Roberto Eusebio 4. Club House, City Hall of Cainta City headed by Mayor Ramon Ilagan, with telephone numbers (0927) 220-4744, (0917) 535-0028and 6650846 5. Department of Public Order, Safety Hall, Quezon City. The over-all commander is Mayor Sonny Belmonte while the incident Commander is Ms. Teresa Amarillo with telephone number (0921) 655-5262 6. Advance Command Post for Angono, Taytay and Cainta is at City Hall of Taytay, Rizal; for San Mateo and Montalban San Mateo Plaza and remaining municipalities is at Baras Police Station • Forward NDCC Operation Center (FNOC) 7. Led by Col. Gregorio Catapang, PA at the Ever Gotesco, Ortigas, Cainta to support SAR and relief efforts Establishments of Drop off Points of Donations • DSWD AREA National Resource Operations Center, Chapel Road, Pasay City
Quezon City Area Disaster Resource Operations Monitoring and Info Center (DROMIC) DSWD Central Office Manila Area DSWD- NCR San Rafael cor Legarda Sts. Quiapo, Manila

CONTACT PERSON Mrs. Francia Fabian Tel No.: 852-8081 Cell No.: 0918-930-2356 Rey Martija or Imee Rose Castillo Tel No.: 951-7119: 951-2435 or Assistant Secretary Vilma Cabrera Contact No.: 0918-934-5625 Dir. Thelsa P. Biolena Dir. Delia Bauan Contact Nos.: 734-8622; 734-8642

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• DOH - MMD-DOH Central Office headed by Engr. Dave Masiado with celphone number 0917-816-3400
NDCC Issuances: • Declared a State of National Calamity in the following areas in view of the extensive effects of Tropical Storm “Ondoy”: - The whole of National Capital Region (NCR) - CAR: Mt. Province, Ifugao and Benguet - Region I: Pangasinan, La Union and Ilocos Sur - Region II: Isabela, Quirino and Nueva Vizcaya - Region III: Aurora, Nueva Ecija, Zambales, Pampanga, Bulacan, Tarlac and Bataan - Region IV-A: Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon - Region IV-B: Mindoro (Occidental and Oriental) and Marinduque - Region V: Catanduanes, Camarines Norte and Camarines Sur • Issued NDCC Circular to Chairmen of RDCCs I, II, III and CAR directing them to undertake necessary response measures to avoid loss of lives and destruction of properties and NDCC MEMO Order No. 18 on the suspension of classes at all levels in Metro Manila including the province of Rizal on 28 September 2008 • Requested international assistance thru the United Nation Resident Coordinator to coordinate an international appeal in behalf of the Philippine Government. Assets Deployed: • MMDA Activities: Road Emergency Group pre-positioned resources at Provident Village & Aurora Blvd cor C5 ACP; Traffic Operations Center (TOC) provided additional traffic enforcers at Aurora Blvd/C5; Flood Control and Sewerage Management Office monitoring and canal declogging operations in Marikina City and Metro Manila as well as cleaning of underpass of Lagusnilad & Quezon Blvd in coordination with LGU and the continuous operation of 15 pumping stations • Two (2) Team members of the Telecoms Sans Frontier arrived at 1930H on 28 September 2009 from Bangkok, Thailand to assist in the coordination activities of the NDCC for TS Ondoy • PCG was able to muster 22 rubber boats (7 from PCG, 2 from PCGA, 7 from PNRC, 2 from Aboitiz Transport Services Corp, 4 from Sulpicio Lines); 5 teams are concentrating rescue operations within Cainta-Pasig areas and assisting in the relief operations in coordination with PNRC • AFP-PAF deployed dump truck, ambulance and IPV of one unit each • Assets deployed to the flooded areas in Metro Manila by AFPDRTF (HSC, SEG and MP, GHQ, PN, PMC, PAF, 525Ebde, PA and NCRRCDG); PNP; PCG; VCRC, 5IDRC, ICMOTF, 75th CG- NCRC; AFPRESCOM; PMC; and MMDA • AFP dispatched M35 trucks to haul relief goods for relief distribution in Marikina City • SBMA - 15 personnel of SBMA Fire Department and SWAT (IED) proceeded to PNRC National headquarters to augment rescue operations in the flooded areas in Metro Manila with one (1) rescue van, 1 rubber boat and 2 dump trucks

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NOLCOM 503rd Infantry Brigade conducted rescue and retrieval operations in the landslide areas (Brgy. San Juan-Banyo, Arayat, Pampanga) PNP: Dispatched various SAR equipment such as: NCR SRU Van, Squad EMSNHQ, SOD-NHQ, water tanker, mini-pumper rubber boats, jaguar, fire trucks and others for SAR operations in Regions I, III, IV-A and NCR Conducted road clearing operations along Sumulong highway and Imelda Avenue, both of Cainta; Ortigas Avenue Extension and Floodway, both of Pasig City; and Tullahan Marikina Provided four (4) PNP motorcycle escorts for the joint NDCC UN rapid assessment teams Conducted aerial assessment of flood affected areas and distributed 150 bags of relief goods to flood victims in Pasig City Installed radio at Cainta Police Station, Cainta, Rizal, and at the Forward NDCC Operation Center The 51st Engineering Brigade, PA organized and dispatched a Disaster, Rescue and Relief Operations team composed of 6 Officers and 60 enlisted personnel led by Brigade Commander Simoy with 2 loaders, 2 dump trucks, 3 Canter Elf and 1 backhoe loader Two (2) DRRUs with two (2) units rubber boats from Philippine Navy – Poro Point, San Fernando, La Union proceeded to Bulacan to augment the rescue operations

INGOs and NGOs’ Donations: • Government of Japan is providing emergency relief goods equivalent to approximately 20 Million Yen (approximately US$220,000) • UNICEF provided assorted food and non-food items amounting to PhP5,368,353.76 and tarpaulins worth $31,140. The items were turned over to DSWD for distribution to the flood affected areas • US Contingent: 1 Officer and 17 EPs, with night capability equipment, 2 rubber boats and 1 chopper (Bell 214) arrived in the afternoon of 27 Sept to support SAR operations. The contingent rescued six persons from Ever Gotesco, Cainta and distributed two hundred packs of assorted goods (five kilos each) to affected families • CEISSAFP coordinated with SMART Telecom re: Installation of GSM900 repeater at NDCC Operation Center to enhance mobile phone signal inside the OPCEN building • Globe Telecom temporarily lent four (4) hotlines at NDCC OPCEN to augment the communication capability in responding to emergency calls in the calamity areas during the entire TS “Ondoy” Operations, with the following hotline numbers: (0917) 733-4193, (0917) 733-4256, (0917) 733-4263 and (0915) 536-6719 • The Manila and Subic Yacht Clubs lent rubber boats to the NDCC for use of response teams in the conduct of rescue operations. • San Miguel Corporation and Petron Corporation donated 20 pieces 2.7 kg cylinder lamps for use in the evacuation areas • PHAP Cares Foundation thru Executive Director Glecy C. Cuenco donated 5 boxes of assorted medicines.

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DSWD had distributed the following items at the Rosario Sports Complex: 5 big boxes of doughnuts, 146 small boxes of doughnuts, 52 bags of hotmeal, 4 boxes of bottled water, 12 bags of used clothes, and 2 bags of blankets Dr. Rafael Rodriguez of Medical Plaza donated 1 unit rubber boat to NDCC which was turned over to the AFP Ms.Cynthia Rodriguez and Family of Corinthian Gardens, QC provided assorted relief goods (food stuffs) Aileen Lawigan, friend of Executive Secretary Ermita, donated ready-to-eat food packs for stranded passengers

NDCC Member Agencies’ Assessment /Humanitarian Action Damage Assessment • DPWH reported that as of 7:00 AM today there are still 17 road sections impassable to all types of vehicles in the following areas: NCR (6); Region III (1); Region IV-A (6); Region IV-B (3) and CAR (1) • DepEd reported that 34 schools were damaged: 27 elementary schools, 7 high school in Regions CAR, NCR, III and IV-A amounting to PhP19.2M. There are 73 school buildings used as evacuation centers housing 1,650 families and 1,366 individuals • DA reported the areas affected and production loss by commodity and by stage of crops such as rice, corn and HVCC Total areas affected -126,271 hectares (18,994 has. with no chance of recovery and 107,277 has with chance of recovery) Volume – 183,062 metric tons (MT) Production loss - PhP3,172,704,280 (indirect and direct ) Breakdown by Crops Rice - PhP3,105, 873,247 (reproductive maturity & seedling vegetative Corn - PhP42,976,485 -doHVCC - PhP 23,854,548 Indirect Loss = PhP3,104,091,362 (for damaged crops that are ready for harvest, matured or at late vegetative stage when there is not enough time for a second harvest within cropping period. it is computed based on NFA Support Prices: rice at PhP17,000 / MT and corn at PhP 13,000/MT = Direct Loss = PhP68,612,918 ( lost investment in inputs for crops damaged at seeding, transplanting and early vegetative stages. Breakdown by Crops Rice - PhP3,105, 873,247 (reproductive maturity & seedling vegetative Corn - PhP42,976,485 (-do-) HVCC - PhP 23,854,548 • DOH reported health facilities damaged Amang Rodriguez Medical Center (whole of first floor - operating room, laboratory and x-ay rooms non functional. Cost is still undetermined Humanitarian Responses • AFP-PAF dispatched DART Team A (Disaster Alert Response Team) to the affected areas of NCR and Central Luzon composed of 18-members of reservist, enlisted personnel and civilian volunteers.

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• DOH activated all DOH CHD’s operations center 24 hours/7days with continuous coordination with the LGUs concerned and the amount of logistical support augmented is P807,910.00 consisting of the following items :150 pieces of cadaver bags and six (6) boxes of assorted drugs and medicines, 350 boxes of bottled water (8,400 bottles) for NCR and same quantity for CHD IV-A, 350 packs family kits, provided Generator set to Amang Rodriquez Medical Center. Transferred patients to Quirino Medical hospital, coordinated with NBI on the management of dead bodies; advance medical post for medical team deployment; and CHD-NCR for medical team deployment. Deployed the following medical teams : Quirino memorial medical Center; Las Pinas General Hospital - Satellite Trauma Hospita; Jose Reyes Memorial Medical Center; Veterans Memorial Medical Center and Assessment team from CHD Metro Manila • DSWD’s on-going interventions are activation of the Quick Response team and Social Welfare and Disaster (QRT/SWAD) teams to provide technical assistance to the disaster-affected local government units (LGUs) on disaster operations; provided PhP2,737,166.00 worth of relief goods consisting of food and nonfood commodities to the affected families; and prepositioned stand-by funds, family food packs and stockpile of relief commodities composed of food and non-food amounting to PhP20,829,000.95 by the field offices concerned along the typhoon path; processed transfer of funds to DSWD-NCR, CAR, I, II, III, IV_V, IV-B, V, IX and XII amounting to PhP 5 Million, provided hot meals to family-evacuees in evacuation centers through the management of community kitchen; set up social welfare Inquiry Seks in all affected areas to respond to queries of relatives and families at the evacuation centers; set up NGOs and donors’ desk in all DSWD-FOs to strengthen linkages between the DSWD LGUs, NGOs and other partners to facilitate prompt and effective delivery of donations and humanitarian assistance, receipt /processing of cash donations through DSWD donation Account Number 3122-1011-84, land Bank of the Philippines ; receipt donations from local and private individuals consisting of water and assorted food items and non-food items; partnered with Petron Corporation, LBC Company and 7-eleven Stores for the receipt and/or drop off points for danations • PNRC rescued 282 persons and provided relief assistance to the victims • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines conducted power restoration in various damaged sub-stations (S/S). All lines are on normal operation except San Jose, Bulacan and CND-San Miguel (Bacnotan, San Miguel, La Union); waiting for normalization of load systems from distribution utilities (Meralco for Metro Manila area) and electric cooperatives. • BFP’s emergency responders were dispatched to the flooded areas along the thoroughfares of Metro Manila areas covering Districts I, II, III, IV and V • Philippine Coast Guard has rescued 2,290 persons in San Juan, Manila, Quezon City, Marikina City, Pasig City, Taguig City, Paranaque City, Rizal and Laguna. The PCG Islander conducted aerial reconnaissance to identify other flooded areas that need assistance. Likewise PCG Helicopter was utilized in the distribution of relief goods provided by NGO, World Vision of the Philippines Five (5) teams are concentrating rescue operations within Cainta-Pasig area and relief goods distribution, in coordination with PNRC aside from disaster response. Also responding to four (4) maritime incidents

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PGMA Sagip-Tulong Activities by PAGCOR • 1000H 27 September 2009, deployed three (3) teams and distributed bread and water to various evacuation centers in Malanday, Marikina and at Brgy. Tatalon, Quezon City • Set-up of a medical mission with eleven (11) doctors and distributed medicines, bread and water at the Santolan Elementary School, Pasig City (694 beneficiaries) and Brgy. Tañong, Marikina City (868 beneficiaries) • Deployed buses to bring evacuees and stranded people to various evacuation centers. In cooperation with AFP distributed assorted relief goods, assorted bread and biscuits and 162 crates of bottled mineral water at ever Gotesco in Ortigas • Provided 21 bags of rice at the evacuation center in Rosario Complex • Continuously coordinating with PNP and AFP for the transport and distribution of relief goods • Distributed Five Hundred (500) packs of rice and additional ten (10) cavans of rice for the three (3) evacuation centers in Marikina and four (4) in Pasig City • Donated three (3) motorized rubber boats with seating capacity of 5.6 and 11 were officially turned over to NDCC and 100 cavans of rice to Marilao, Bulacan • PAGCOR will now focus its efforts in providing relief goods since floodwaters have receded and families are already returning to their homes. However, rescue operations and medical still continue in areas that are still submerged including Cainta, Rizal DBP Initiatives • Ordered the mobilization of all concerned branches and the head offices units to extend assistance to affected clients displaced, employees and other victims o Rehabilitation program in the form of moratorium on interest/principal payment o Restructuring their loan payment extension o Interest rate reduction o Additional loan if viable o Closer monitoring of loan for faster recovery • Will distribute relief goods in coordination with NDCC with in the week • Implementing several employee emergency measures • Directed all ATMs in affected areas to be in full operations OWWA • Set up assistance center at NDCC Operation Center for the families of OFWs

III. STATUS OF LIFELINES (Status of Roads and Bridges -TAB G)

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Sitrep 14

Tab A

Effects of Tropical Storm "ONDOY" AFFECTED POPULATION
As of 29 SEPTEMBER 2009, 3:00 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 I
PANGASINAN
BOLINAO SUAL DAGUPAN CITY INFANTA

1,001 333,188
6
6
2 1 2 1

1,933,554
253
253
4 39 201 9

566
0
0
0 0

62,633
0
0
0 0

313,372
0
0
0 0

43,212
0
0

247,870
0
0

105,845
0
0
0 0 0 0

561,242
0
0
0 0 0 0

84
84
4 6 65 9

REGION II
QUIRINO
CABARROGUIS RIZAL

2
2
1 1

140
140
112 28

700
700
560 140

0
0

0
0

0
0

140
140
112 28

700
700
560 140

140
140
112 28

700
700
560 140

NCR
MANDALUYONG CITY CITY OF MANILA MARIKINA CITY MUNTINLUPA CITY NAVOTAS CITY PARANAQUE CITY PASIG CITY LAS PINAS CITY CALOOCAN CITY MAKATI CITY VALENZUELA CITY MALABON CITY PATEROS CITY QUEZON CITY TAGUIG CITY SAN JUAN CITY PASAY CITY

171
12 14 3 8 2 3 13 10 14 8 17 9 10 23 23 1 1

42,666
2,113 940 319 2,056 26 450 5,206 1,365 1, 741 559 914 637 1,202 14,561 2,300 520 9,498

176,894
10,330 4,700 1,635 10,260 135 2,250 26,030 6,825 8,705 2,795 4,572 3,505 8,613 72,805 11,500 2,234 47, 490

233
15 14 5 11 2 3 13 13 24 11 24 12 19 42 23 1 1

33,248
1,597 940 319 2,056 26 450 4,867 1,365 1,011 419 914 637 1,202 14,561 2,300 520 64

170,344
7,839 4,700 1,635 10,260 135 2,250 24,335 6,825 6,825 2,095 4,572 3,505 8,613 72,805 11,500 2,234 216

730
0

3,650
0

33,978
1,597 940 319 2,056 26 450 4,867 1,365 1,741 419 914 637 1,202 14,561 2,300 520 64

173,994
7,839 4,700 1,635 10,260 135 2,250 24,335 6,825 10,475 2,095 4,572 3,505 8,613 72,805 11,500 2,234 216

730

3,650

REGION III
BATAAN
Balanga City Orani Mariveles Morong Hermosa

219
13
1 2 1 5 4

51,594
2,742
10 4 3 390 2,335

247,284
12,447
40 20 16 1,808 10,563 1

36
6

5,605
398
8

24,275
1,838
30

6,332
2
2

28,820
10
10

11,937
400
10 0 0 390 0

53,095
1,848
40 0 0 1,808 0

5

390

1,808

ZAMBALES
Botolan

12
12

1,771
1,771

6,175
6,175 5

5 19

1,771
1,771

6,175
6,175

0 2,930

0 14,650

1,771
1,771

6,175
6,175

BULACAN
Angat Balagtas Baliwag Bocaue Bulacan Bustos Calumpit Guiguinto Hagonoy Malolos Marilao Meycauayan Plaridel San Miguel

113
1 7 5 6 2 10 2 14 2 1 8 15 4 36

31,553
20 2,100 1,524 1,640 104 2,589 600 2,800 49 19 5,945 4,600 1,400 8,163

159,486
100 12,000 9,184 7,500 403 12,945 2,300 14,000 198 86 23,780 22,800 8,320 45,870

3,281

15,500

6,211
0 0 1,416 0 0 1,780 0 0 49 19 0 0 17 2,930

30,150
0 0 6,231 0 0 8,900 0 0 198 86 0 0 85 14,650

5

1,416

6,231

10

1,780

8,900

2 1

49 19

198 86

1

17

85 2,930 14,650

PAMPANGA
Arayat Bacolor Lubao Mabalacat San Simon San Luis San Fernando City Sto. Tomas Floridablanca Sta. Rita

74
1 2 28 3 3 10 5 2 10 10

15,078
200 36 8,739 20 155 2,125 134 1,500 1,691 478

67,466
1,000 180 34,965 100 685 11,519 670 6,080 9,977 2,290

6

155

762

3,400
200

14,160
1,000

3,555
200 0 0 1,500 200 0 134 1,500 0 21

14,922
1,000 0 0 6,080 1,000 0 670 6,080 0 92

1,500 200 5 134 670 1,500 1 21 92

6,080 1,000

6,080

NUEVA ECIJA
Licab

7
7

450
450

1,710
1,710

0

0

0

0

0

0
0

0
0

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Region/Province/ Mun/City Brgys

AFFECTED Families Persons

No. of Evac Centers

Inside Evacuation Centers Families Persons

Outside Evacuation Centers Families Persons

TOTAL SERVED CURRENT (Inside + Outside) Families Persons

REGION IV-A
BATANGAS
Calaca Nasugbu Lemery Balayan Bauan Laurel Tanauan City Talisay Batangas

569
31
2 2 9 4 1 1 9 2 1

235,769
1,703
9 45 1,140 270 5 35 170 20 9

1,493,772
9,038
45 225 5,700 1,350 25 100 853 100 640

295
16
2 4 2 1 1 5 1

23,375
1,685
45 1,140 270 5 35 170 20

116,728
8,353
225 5,700 1,350 25 100 853 100

34,856
0

208,721
0

58,231
1,685
0 45 1,140 270 5 35 170 20 0

325,449
8,353
0 225 5,700 1,350 25 100 853 100 0

LAGUNA
Pangil Alaminos Paete Los Banos Cabuyao Bay Lumban Pila Pakil Victoria Calamba City Sta. Cruz Siniloan Mabitac Biñan Sta. Rosa Kalayaan San Pedro

144
5 2 5 1 13 5 2 3 9 4 24 13 20 12 12 10 1 3

82,404
754 26 721 3,851 10,237 1,593 150 773 853 495 4,598 13,348 2,195 3,187 37,310 2,033 280

319,113
2,515 122 314 15,324 6,144 6,396 600 3,092 3,412 1,980 22,015 72,700 9,045 15,830 150,360 8,144 1,120

170
5 2 5 15 19 5 2 2 6 43 12 33 10 11 0 0

16,250
116 18 71 483 1,023 597 150 13 279 3,084 1,148 2,195 50 7,023

72,300
495 108 314 1,932 6,144 2,388 600 52 1,116 15,765 2,197 9,045 250 31,894

0

0

16,250
116 18 71 483 1,023 597 150 13 279 0 3,084 1,148 2,195 50 7,023 0 0 0 0

72,300
495 108 314 1,932 6,144 2,388 600 52 1,116 0 15,765 2,197 9,045 250 31,894 0 0 0 0

RIZAL
Tanay Taytay Angono Morong Rodriguez San Mateo Antipolo City Teresa Cainta Binangonan

49
10 5 5 1 2 2 2 4 7 11

42,682
4,259 36,324 50 100 735 200 181 204 629

629,492
21,295 217,715 250 500 3,675 1,000 874 1,020 380,000 3,163

60
2 26 1 1 1 2 1 1 25

3,388
503 1,572 50 100 735 200 24 204

21,749
2,515 9,394 250 600 3,675 3,675 120 1,020 500

34,752
34,752

208,321
208,321

38,140
503 36,324 50 100 735 200 24 204 0 0

230,070
2,515 217,715 250 600 3,675 3,675 120 1,020 0 500

CAVITE
GMA Gen. Trias Carmona Noveleta Rosario Tanza Imus Silang Bulihan Maragondon Ternate Naic Bacoor Dasmarinas Cavite City Kawit Ternate Gen. Aguinaldo

339
8 22 6 6 20 12 35 12 13 9 3 66 10 84 23 9 1

108,926
61 462 498 8,084 10,000 354 7,118 381 1,642 3,000 466 48,609 873 12,300 12,076 3,000 2

535,979
312 2,310 2,988 40,450 50,000 1,770 35,590 1,909 8,210 15,000 2,330 243,045 4,395 52,280 60,380 15,000 10

49
2 5 4 6 1 12 3 3 2 1 2 3 1 2 2

2,052
30 183 498 89 55 354 30 71 450 22 110 64 25 71

14,326
150 915 2,988 445 177 1,770 1,770 150 359 2,250 2,250 550 320 82 150

50

250

2,102
30 183 498 89 105 354 0 30 71 450 22 110 64 25 0 71 0

14,576
150 915 2,988 445 427 1,770 1,770 150 359 2,250 2,250 550 320 82 0 150 0

50

250

QUEZON
Infanta

6
6

54
54

150
150

0

0

0

54
54

150
150

54
54

150
150

REGION IV-B
OCC MINDORO
Magsaysay San Jose

4
4
2 2

720
720
120 600

3,600
3,600
600 3,000

0
0

0
0

0
0

720
720
120 600

3,600
3,600
600 3,000

720
720
120 600

3,600
3,600
600 3,000

REGION V
NAGA
Naga City Sangay Pasacao

3
2
1 1

1,191
1,146
1,145 1

6,441
5,957
5,725 5 227

0
0

0
0

0
0

45
0

454
227

45
0
0 0 0

454
227
0 0 227

227

MASBATE
San Pascual

1
1

45
45

227
227

0 0

0 0

0 0

45
45

227
227

45
45

227
227

ALBAY
Pioduran

0

0

20
20

0

0

0
0

0
0

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Region/Province/ Mun/City Brgys

AFFECTED Families Persons

No. of Evac Centers

Inside Evacuation Centers Families Persons

Outside Evacuation Centers Families Persons

TOTAL SERVED CURRENT (Inside + Outside) Families Persons

SORSOGON
Pilar

0

0

237
237

0

0

0

0

0

0
0

0
0

REGION IX
ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR
Zamboanga City

15
8
8

541
191
191

2,186
436
436

1
0
0

350
0
-

1,750
0
-

10
10
10

21
21
21

360
10
10

1,771
21
21

ARMM MAGUNDANAO
Sultan Kudarat

7
7

350
350

1,750
1,750

1
1

350
350

1,750
1,750

0

0

0 350
350

0 1,750
1,750

REGION XII
SULTAN KUDARAT
Kalamansig

10
3
3

479
409
409

2,395
2,045
2,045

1
1
1

55
55
55

275
275
275

375
305
305

1,875
1,525
1,525

430
360
360

2,150
1,800
1,800

SOUTH COTABATO
Polomolok

7
7

70
70

350
350

0

0

0

70
70

350
350

70
70

350
350

CAR
APAYAO
Kabugao

2
1
1

4
1
1

29
4
4

0
0 0

0
0 0

0
0 0

4
1
1

29
4
4

4
1
1

29
4
4

BENGUET
Kabayan

1
1

3
3

25
25

3
3

25
25

3
3

25
25

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SitRep No. 14 EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "ONDOY" CASUALTIES As of 29 SEPTEMBER 2009, 3:00 PM REGION/PROVINCE/ MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY Name Age Address

Tab B

Cause / Date / Remarks

GRAND TOTAL
NCR
Muntinlupa City Quezon City Marikina City San Juan Mandaluyong Valenzuela Pasig

246 DEAD
101
3 44 26 3 3 5 17 unidentified person unidentified person unidentified person unidentified person unidentified person unidentified person unidentified person Ronnie Bahala Ronie Catib Quiniling Tello 21 29 3 Muntinlupa City Quezon City Marikina City San Juan Mandaluyong Valenzuela Pasig Brgy. Lutaucan, Kabugao, Apayao Brgy. Lutaucan, Kabugao, Apayao Catlubang, Bugyas, Benguet Drowned Drowned Lanslides

CAR

3
1 1 1

REGION III
BULACAN

37
25 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 12 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Roberto Pacao Angelica Arajo Benjamin Juliano Rodel Casino Ramon Demistrosa Furtunato Saturnino Faustino Policarpio Jan Joven Erick Portugal Abet San Pedro Ligaya Lacap Carmelita Lacap Viray Feliza Magpayo Acap Hermogenes L. Viray Lito Sta Romane Estrada Agustin Margallo Eddie Ervin Marlon Jasmin Jasper Armano Brilio Lily Guanzon Roberto Guanzon Felomena Ramos Rannie Sagutao Erellano Mark Galang Marco Galang Riza Portacio Sonny Boy Portacio Jr. Sonnylyn Portacio Raiza Portacio Catalina Dela Cruz Mary Anne Dela Cruz Marlon Dela Cruz Sherly Dela Cruz (pregnant) Manilyn Dela Cruz McGayver Dela Cruz 55 5 31 30 Brgy. Caingin, Bocaue , Bulacan Brgy. Mayan , Bustos, Bulacan Brgy. Malamig, Bustos, Bulacan Brgy. Ilang-Ilang, Guiguinto, Bulacan Brgy. Bayugo, Meycauayan, Bulacan Brgy. Halhacan, Meycauayan, Bulacan Brgy. Saloysoy, Meycauayan, Bulacan Brgy. Graceville, SJDM, Bulacan Brgy. Sulucaon, Pob.,Bocaue, Bulacan Brgy. Antipona, Bocaue, Bulacan Brgy. Lambakin, Marilao, Bulacan Brgy. Lambakin, Marilao, Bulacan Brgy. Lambakin, Marilao, Bulacan Brgy. Lambakin, Marilao, Bulacan Brgy. Saog, Marilao, Bulacan Brgy. Bigte, Norzagaray, Bulacan Brgy. Bigte, Norzagaray, Bulacan Brgy. Bigte, Norzagaray, Bulacan Brgy. Bigte, Norzagaray, Bulacan Brgy. Bigte, Norzagaray, Bulacan Brgy Malhacan, Meycauayan, Bulacan Brgy Malhacan, Meycauayan, Bulacan Brgy Malhacan, Meycauayan, Bulacan Brgy Bagbaguin, Sta Maria, Bulacan Brgy Caysio, Sta Maria, Bulacan Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Pampanga Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Electrocuted Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Due to Landslide Due to Landslide Due to Landslide Due to Landslide Due to Landslide Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Drowned Due to Landslide Due to Landslide Due to Landslide Due to Landslide Due to Landslide Due to Landslide Due to Landslide Due to Landslide Due to Landslide Due to Landslide Due to Landslide Due to Landslide

17 19 40 38 78 78 26 22 4 8 4

89 80 15 10 28 8 5 4 83 10 11 31 12 6

PAMPANGA

REGION IV-A
BATANGAS

105
2 1 2 2 1 1 11 1 1 Ronel C. Morsia unidentified person Caroline Perez Archie Perez Mario Blanco Rafols David 27 yrs. Brgy. Sinisian, Calaca, Batangas hit by a fallen tree

CAVITE

28 24

Kawit, Cavite Brgy Salcedo, Novelete, Cavite Brgy Santo Angel Central, Sta Cruz, Calamba

Hit by collapsed wall Drowning

LAGUNA

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REGION/PROVINCE/ MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 QUEZON 1 RIZAL 87 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 1 1 1 1 40 CAVITE 2 1 1

Name Myrna Bonon dela Cruz Kyla dela Pena Edemar Dumalaon Esclano Cpl Adriano Rigua PA CCA Reno Olagir CCA Florencio Deguino CCA Pedro Multifalcon CCA Joel Hernalin Benedic Cortez Aurelio B. Flistado Allan Paul Flores Aldre Ave Flores Victoria Tubera Edwin Antonio Almira Amuin Fernando Agno Lea Ayo Daisy Aranes Apple Joy Aranes Crisanta Aranes Lani Nemerga Milagros Jarin Andrea Rose Sayaman Roselle Abajon Rosana Abajon Puti Agno Zenaida Hagupit Rosallie Abajon Rowel Abajon Anthonette Lawid Vega Nicole Calagay Delda Jackielyn Vega Lawid Nicole Ardales Colagong Geraldine Dela Rama Deogracia Gedraga Lileth Rumd Yusabia Anan Rose Teresita Jonathan Antana Jasmin Antana Aprilyn Caber Lascherry Beth Roque Antonio Hallado Jo Marie Pidal Faunillo Noel Visaya Nelson Icaro Baby Icaro Elisabeth Icarao Arlyn Raymundo Evelyn Persia Jeremy Buenaventura Sherwin Ranada Jovelyn Belardo Melisa Belardo Diego Corales Mark Dennis Naciloan Cristine Naciloan Sherlyn Naciloan unidentified person Caroline Perez Archie Perez

Age 6 6 35

Address Sta Rosa City, Laguna Sta Rosa City, Laguna San Pedro, Laguna Famy Laguna Famy Laguna Famy Laguna Famy Laguna Famy Laguna Mabitac Laguna

Cause / Date / Remarks

246

50 yrs. Poblacion, Caluag, Quezon Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Tanay, Rizal Antipolo City Antipolo City Antipolo City Antipolo City Antipolo City Antipolo City Antipolo City Antipolo City Antipolo City Antipolo City Antipolo City Antipolo City Antipolo City Antipolo City Antipolo City Angono Brgy. San Isidro, Angono Brgy. San Isidro, Angono Brgy. San Isidro, Angono Brgy. San Isidro, Angono Brgy. San Roque, Angono Brgy. San Roque, Angono Brgy. San Roque, Angono Brgy. San Roque, Angono Brgy San Vicente, Angono Morong Morong Morong

drowning

Kawit, Cavite Noveleta, Cavite

GRAND TOTAL
REGION IV-A

5
2
1 1

INJURED
Reinan Galicia Salvador Garcia Tito Simpoda Sta. Cruz, Laguna Bacoor, Cavite 51 sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, Benguet

Electrocution covered by landslide

CAR

3
1

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REGION/PROVINCE/ MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY 1 246 1

Name Marcelo Simpoda Galeba Tobiangon

Age 12 7

Address sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, Benguet sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, Benguet

Cause / Date / Remarks covered by landslide covered by landslide

GRAND TOTAL
CAR

38 MISSING
1
1 Pihet Cabiag sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, Benguet 15 Ilagan, Isabela Infanta, Pangasinan Infanta, Pangasinan Infanta, Pangasinan Infanta, Pangasinan Infanta, Pangasinan Infanta, Pangasinan Infanta, Pangasinan Infanta, Pangasinan Infanta, Pangasinan covered by landslide

REGION II REGION I

1
1 Florante Ramirez Alberto de Gamo Wilson Que Johndel de Gamo Ignacio Raga Larry Villaflor Bebot Sequina Esterio Mejala Arman Mejala a certain Ricky Drowned

9
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

REGION III
BULACAN

7
2 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 Christopher Nieto Rex Baltao David Maceda Darmie Amindain Marvin Amindain Ronnie Maca Anthony Miraflor unidentified persons 32 34 Brgy. Bolacan, Bocaue, Bulacan Brgy. Bolacan, Bocaue, Bulacan Brgy Lipay, Sta Cruz, Zambales Brgy Lipay, Sta Cruz, Zambales Brgy Lipay, Sta Cruz, Zambales Brgy Lipay, Sta Cruz, Zambales Brgy Lipay, Sta Cruz, Zambales Tanay Rizal Drowned Drowned Fishermen went fishing on Sept 23, 2009 Fishermen went fishing on Sept 23, 2010 Fishermen went fishing on Sept 23, 2011 Fishermen went fishing on Sept 23, 2012 Fishermen went fishing on Sept 23, 2013

Zambales

REGION IV-A

20
20

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Tab C

EFFECTS OF TYPHOON "ONDOY"
COST OF DAMAGES As of 29 September 2009, 3:00 PM

INFRASTRUCTURE
Region/Province/City/Municipality
Roads and Bridges No. of Schools Damaged AMOUNT Estimated Peso Value Type of Crops / Estimated Peso Value Livestocks SCHOOLS Crops / Livestocks HVCC (including Corn)

AGRICULTURE
Fisheries Type of Project/Species

INFRA/ IRRIGATION/ Estimated Peso Value FLOOD CONTROL

TOTAL COST (Infrastructure + Agriculture)

GRAND TOTAL
TOTAL CAR
16 7 13 7,305,000.00 3,800,000.00

1,517,096,000.00
1,443,501,000.00
36 11,105,000.00 -

3,175,196,780.00
3,105,873,247.00 66,831,033.00
-

4,692,292,780.00
-

160

73,595,000.00

2,492,500.00
-

-

11,105,000.00

Abra Ifugao Kalinga

-

3,800,000.00

7,305,000.00

NCR
21 1 3 4 1 3 4,750,000.00 9,000,000.00 2,100,000.00 345,000.00 5,275,000.00

42

34,970,000.00

-

-

-

-

-

34,970,000.00

Caloocan City Malabon Manila Marikina Muntinlupa Paranaque Pasay Quezon City Taguig / Pateros Valenzuela Las Piñas City 9 13,500,000.00

5,275,000.00 -

345,000.00 2,100,000.00

9,000,000.00

-

4,750,000.00 -

-

13,500,000.00

Region I
21,600,000.00
21,600,000.00 1 300,000.00

1

300,000.00
Rice/Corn

15,878,000.00
15,878,000.00

-

-

-

-

37,778,000.00

Pangasinan

37,778,000.00

Region II
42,491,000.00
3,000,000.00 21,000,000.00 17,000,000.00 1,100,000.00 391,000.00 34

34

11,870,000.00

44,047,000.00
-

442,000.00
-

-

2,492,500.00
2,050,000.00 21,250.00 21,250.00 21,250.00 21,250.00

-

101,342,500.00

Isabela 4th District Eng'g Office (DEO) Cauayan San Mateo Cabanatuan Alicia Angdanan Nueva Vizcaya 1st DEO Bambang-Kasibu-Quezon-Solano RD Quirino DEO Cagayan

-

3,000,000.00 2,050,000.00

-

21,250.00

11,870,000.00 44,047,000.00 Rice/Corn 442,000.00 307,500.00 50,000.00

21,250.00 21,250.00

21,250.00 32,870,000.00

17,000,000.00

-

1,407,500.00 44,930,000.00

Region III
Angeles Bulacan Malolos City Nueva Ecija Olangapo City Pampanga San Fernando City San Jose del Monte Tarlac City Zambales

1,317,000,000.00
15,000,000.00

37
3 15 12 2 1

6,500,000.00
3,080,000.00 1,500,000.00 620,000.00 1,000,000.00 300,000.00 Rice/Corn Rice/Corn

2,700,505,933.00
763,903,230.00 353,182,760.00

35,350,235.00

-

-

25,337,375.00

4,084,693,543.00

-

25,337,375.00 1,302,000,000.00 Rice/Corn 1,207,204,023.00 12,860,480.00

4

Rice/Corn Rice/Corn

289,463,100.00 30,634,000.00

1,255,000.00

781,983,230.00 380,020,135.00 620,000.00 2,523,064,503.00 300,000.00 289,463,100.00 31,889,000.00

Aurora Bataan

Rice/Corn Rice/Corn

10,592,193.00 45,526,627.00

21,234,755.00

31,826,948.00 45,526,627.00

Region IV-A
32,410,000.00
2 8,060,000.00 6,400,000.00 17,950,000.00 2 8,475,000.00 Rice/Corn Rice/Corn Rice/Corn Rice/Corn Rice/Corn 21,318,000.00 14,815,500.00 1,814,274.00 192,950,000.00 678,540.00 150,000.00 975,000.00 1,312,500.00 15,262,500.00 487,500.00 300,000.00

4

8,775,000.00

231,576,314.00

18,187,500.00

-

-

-

290,948,814.00

Antipolo City Batangas Cavite City Rizal Laguna Quezon

300,000.00 29,528,000.00 22,190,500.00 29,551,774.00 208,212,500.00 1,166,040.00

Region IV-B
30,000,000.00
6,000,000.00 3,000,000.00 21,000,000.00 6 75,000.00 Rice/Corn 85,357,000.00 7,022,150.00

6

75,000.00

85,357,000.00

7,022,150.00

-

-

1,000,000.00

123,454,150.00

Occidental Mindoro Palawan Romblon Marinduque

1000000

99,379,150.00 3,000,000.00 21,000,000.00 75,000.00

Region V
Rice/Corn Rice/Corn 16,405,000.00 12,104,000.00

-

28,509,000.00

5,829,148.00
310,390.00 530,563.00 4,949,624.00 38,571.00

-

-

-

34,338,148.00

Albay Camarines Norte Camarines Sur Catanduanes

12,414,390.00 530,563.00 21,354,624.00 38,571.00

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Tab D

EFFECTS of Tropical Storm "ONDOY" DAMAGED HOUSES
As of 29 September 2009, 3:00 PM

REGION

Province/Municipality

DAMAGED HOUSES TOTALLY PARTIALLY

GRAND TOTAL III
Bulacan
Bustos San Miguel San Jose Del Monte Meycauayan

3,272
2,223
Sub-Total 81
34
8 7 25 8 19 23 San Luis Arayat Minalin 2 20 1 21 Botolan 21 3 Hermosa 3 13 13 0 2 2

1,049
48
33

Pampanga

Zambales Bataan

IV-A
Batangas

Sub-Total
Calaca Batangas City

2,108
8
8

924
2
2

Laguna
Calamba City Paete Pangil Biñan Siniloan Mabitac Los Baños Alaminos Sta Maria Sta Rosa City

1,914 286 2 12 5 109 46 324

242 4 2 6 2 220 6

2 10 1,120 186 680 42 0 0 1 5 114 403 114

Cavite
GMA Gen. Trias Noveleta Cavite City Bacoor Ternate Dasmarinas Maragondon Silang Naic Gen Aguinaldo

20 30 12 1 4 61 0 30 4 22 2

1

IX
Zamboanga Del Sur

Sub-Total
Zamboanga City

10
10
10

45
45 45

XII
Sultan Kudarat

Sub-Total
Kalamansig

24
21
21

32
32 32 0

South Cotabato
Polomolok

3
3

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Tab E

EFFECTS OF TYPHOON "Ondoy"

Cost of Assistance
As of 29 September 2009, 3:00 PM
Region/Province/Mun/City

Assistance
Sacks of Rice Other

NDCC

DSWD

DOH

DepEd

LGUs

NGOs/Other Gos

TOTAL

GRAND TOTAL CAR
Apayao Kabugao Benguet Kabayan

3,950
0

3,724,375.00
0.00
0.00 0.00

2,737,166.00
2,000.00
0.00 0.00 2,000.00 2,000.00

594,910.70
0.00
0.00 0.00

0.00
0.00
0.00 0.00

1,959,227.30
10,250.00
4,250.00 4,250.00 6,000.00 6,000.00

0.00
0.00
0.00 0.00

9,015,679.00 12,250.00
4,250.00 4,250.00 8,000.00 8,000.00

REGION II
Quirino

0 1,150
1,150 750

0.00 1,169,375.00
1,049,375.00 684,375.00

18,900.00
18,900.00

0.00 100,000.00
0.00

0.00 0.00
0.00

23,800.00
23,800.00

0.00 0.00
0.00

42,700.00
42,700.00

REGION III
Bulacan Province Baliuag Bustos Plaridel San Miguel 2nd District Sta Maria Calumpit Pampanga Sto. Tomas Arayat San Simon 3rd District San Fernando City Masanto Sta. Ana Candaba Sta. Rita

1,547,754.90
527,250.00 205,580.00 150,237.00 167,110.00 4,323.00

1,489,527.30
222,612.00

4,306,657.20
1,799,237.00 889,955.00 150,237.00 167,110.00 4,323.00 222,612.00 182,500.00 91,250.00 91,250.00 2,507,420.20 267,254.00 1,146,017.20 197,685.00 226,490.00 106,030.00 343,560.00 84,000.00 125,884.00 10,500.00

222,612.00 200 100 100 0 182,500.00 91,250.00 91,250.00 120,000.00 120,000.00

1,020,504.90 267,254.00 254,545.90 197,685.00 226,490.00 74,530.00

100,000.00 100,000.00

0.00

1,266,915.30 671,471.30

0.00

31,500.00 343,560.00 84,000.00 125,884.00 10,500.00

REGION IVA
Batangas 1st District of Batangas Laguna Los Baños Cabuyao Bay Sta. Rosa Calamba City Rizal Rizal Rodriguez San Mateo Cainta Cavite Maragondon Bacoor Antipolo

2,000
1,000 1,000 600 200

1,825,000.00
912,500.00 912,500.00 547,500.00 182,500.00

798,731.50
213,231.50 213,231.50 64,000.00 16,000.00 16,000.00 16,000.00 16,000.00 490,000.00 400,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 31,500.00 16,500.00 15,000.00

257,600.00
0.00

0.00
0.00

0.00
0.00

0.00
0.00

2,881,331.50
1,125,731.50 912,500.00 611,500.00 198,500.00 16,000.00 16,000.00 182,500.00 198,500.00 810,100.00 720,100.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 214,000.00 182,500.00 16,500.00 15,000.00 120,000.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

200 200 200 200

182,500.00 182,500.00 182,500.00 182,500.00

137,600.00 137,600.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

200 200

182,500.00 182,500.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

120,000.00

REGION IVB
Occidental Mindoro Magsaysay

0 0

0.00
0.00

84,000.00
84,000.00 84,000.00

0.00
0.00

0.00
0.00

90,000.00
90,000.00 90,000.00

0.00
0.00

174,000.00
174,000.00 174,000.00

REGION V
Camarines Sur Pasacao (strandees) Masbate San Pascual

0.00
0.00 0.00

73,279.60
33,600.00 33,600.00 39,679.60 39,679.60

0.00
0.00 0.00

0.00
0.00 0.00

4,250.00
0.00 4,250.00 4,250.00

0.00
0.00 0.00

77,529.60
33,600.00 33,600.00 43,929.60 43,929.60

REGION IX
Zamboanga del Sur Zamboanga City

0 600
100 500

0.00
0.00

0.00
0.00

0.00
0.00

0.00
0.00

250,000.00
250,000.00 250,000.00

0.00
0.00

250,000.00
250,000.00 250,000.00

NCR
NCR Quezon City Parañaque Pasig

547,500.00
91,250.00 456,250.00

0.00

237,310.70
227,225.70

0.00

0.00

0.00

784,810.70
227,225.70 91,250.00 456,250.00 10,085.00

10,085.00

REGION X
Lanao del Norte

200
200

182,500.00
182,500.00

0.00 87,500.00
87,500.00 87,500.00

0.00 0.00
0.00

0.00 0.00
0.00

0.00 0.00
0.00

0.00 0.00
0.00

182,500.00
182,500.00

ARMM
Maguindanao Sultan Kudarat

0 0

0.00
0.00

87,500.00
87,500.00 87,500.00

REGION XII
Sultan Kudarat Kalamansig South Cotabato Polomolok

0.00
0.00 0.00

125,000.00
125,000.00 125,000.00 0.00

0.00
0.00 0.00

0.00
0.00 0.00

91,400.00
86,400.00 86,400.00 5,000.00 5,000.00

0.00
0.00 0.00

216,400.00
211,400.00 211,400.00 5,000.00 5,000.00

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Sitrep No. 13

Tab A-1

EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "ONDOY" Assets Deployed
As of 29 September 2009, 3:00PM

UNIT AFP
HSC, SEG and MP, GHQ 1 1 10 2 1 2 1 8 1 1 1 30 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 14 2 1 1 1

ASSETS DEPLOYED
Fire Truck Ambulance Ambulance M35 Trucks Rubber Boats M35 Truck Rubber Boats Officer EP Officer M35 truck Rubber boat EP Pltn Wrecker M35 truck LARC Vehicles Rubber boats M35 Truck M35 Trucks M35 Trucks dump truck ambulance IPV M35 Trucks Pltn w/ rubber boat M35 Truck Pltn w/ rubber boat Officer EP Rubber boats Pltn w/ 1-M35 Coy w/ 2-M35 Pltn Gate 3, 4, 5, and 6

AREA

RESULTS OF OPERATIONS
Still in the area providing assistance to commuters and stranded vehicle

NCRC, PN

Quiapo/España

Rescue operations on-going

NSFNCR, PN

Libis, Q.C. / Pasig

Rescue operations on-going

NSC, PN PMC

Parañaque

Standby at PMRF Rescue operations on-going

PAF

Brgy. Protacio, Pasay Brgy. Villamor, Pasay City Villamor Airbase, Pasay City

Rescue operations on-going Return to VAB, awaiting for deployment Rescue operations on-going

525 Ebde, PA NCR RCDG, PA

Marikina, City Heritage-C5 Road San Mateo Rizal Marikina City C5-GHQ EDSA-GHQ 36A, 18th Ave. QC

Rescue of stranded residents on-going Rescue of flood-victims on-going Rescue of flood-victims on-going

SSU, PA SEBn, PA Scty Coy, 2ID & QRF, NCRC

51DRC, NCR

1

Pltn

JCMOTF, NCRC AFPRESCOM, NCRC-DRTG 750th, NCRC

PMC

AFP

1IB & HHSBn, 2 ID 2 DTU, 2 ID A/16IB, 2 ID CMO Bn, 2 ID C/16IB, 2 ID 51st Engineering Brigade, PA

12 1 1 12 1 1 10 14 1 1 1 1 12 1 12 12 1 1 1 2 1

Personnel Pltn Coy Personnel Pltn Pltn Personnel Personnel w/ 1 LARC EP Rubber boat Pltn/M35 Coy C-1 1SKW Pers 1SKW Pltn/M35 Pers w/ 1LARC Pers w/ 2 Rubber Boats COY / M35 M35 Rubber boat Pltns COY

On-going clearing On-going clearing Rescued residents of 4 houses that collapsed Redeployed from previous location and presently conducting DRRO 51st EBD, Libis, Q.C. EDSA-Santolan Rescued stranded residents/commuters Redeployed from previous location and Brgy. Barangka, Provident Subd., Marikina City presently conducting DRRO Tatalon, QC Still conducting DRRO Pajo St., Proj. 2, QC Still conducting rescue operations 18th Ave, QC Rescued children and women West Riverside QC Rescue operation on-going Riverbank, Marikina City Rescue operation on-going Laloma, QC Rescue operation on-going Cainta, Rizal Rescue operation on-going Proceeding to the area Marikina City Rescue operations on-going Project 2, QC 18th Ave, QC West Riverside QC V. Luna Area Marikina City V. Luna Area Barangca, Marikina Marikina from BNS Tanay Proper, Rizal Sampaloc & Marcos Highway, Tanay, Rizal Siniloan Mabitac, Laguna Pililia, Rizal Mary Gold, Rodriguez, Rizal Rescue operations on-going Rescue operations on-going Rescue operations on-going Rescue operations on-going Rescue operations on-going

6 60 2 2 3 1

Officers Enlisted Personnel loaders dump trucks Canter Elf Backhoe loader Brgy San Juan -Banyo, Arayat, Pampanga

NOLCOM 503rd Infantry brigade Philippine Navy 2 2 Rubber boat DRRUs Poro Point, San Fernando, La Union and Bulacan

NCRCOM

3 7

Officers EP

PCG
CGNCRCL PNRC RB CGFLT MAKATI DFT CGWCEISS CG K9 CGBT SOG TAGUIG PCGA CGK9 CGD STL CGSOG SF RB SOG NCRCL PCG ISLANDER PCG HELO 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 2 7 2 4 5 Team/Rubber boat Team/Rubber boat Team/Rubber boat Team/Rubber boat Team/Rubber boat Team/Rubber boat Rubber boat from PCG Rubber boat from PCGA Rubber boat from PNRC Rubber boat from Aboitiz Transport Services Corp Rubber boat from Sulpicio Lines Teams Fairview San Francisco, Q.C. Parañaque Montalban Biak na Bato, Quezon City Marikina via Marikina River

Caint-Pasig

PNP
1 1 1 1 1 3 4 1 1 2 1 2 2 6 1 1 Rubber Boat w/ Rescue Team Rubber Boat w/ Rescue Team M45 Truck Rubber Boat w/ Rescue Team M45 Truck M35 Trucks Troop Carrier w/ Rescue platoons Elf M35 M35 (EPD) with Rescue Teams Rescue Van (EPD) Tow Trucks (QCPD) with Rerscue Teams Dump Trucks (QCPD) with Rescue Teams Ambulances (QCPD) with Crews Rubber Boat with Rescue Team M35 with Rescue Team (MPD) NCR SRU Van Squad EMs-NHQ SOD-NHQ Engines Water tanker Mini-pumper Rubber boats Jaguar Fire trucks PNP (HSS) For Rescue Augmentation PNP (SAF) Rubber Boats Galvanized Boat Troop Carrier 6x6 Truck PNP (MG) Ambulances w/ Crew 7107 Island Cruise (CVO) Life Crafts (non-motorized) Life Jackets Speed Boats Radio and Police Station PNP Motorcycles Pasig City Provident, Marikina Antipolo, City CAMANAVA area Taguig Pasig City Marikina City Pasig City Novaliches and San Francisco Del Monte Boundary Quezon City / Marikina Tollahan, San Francsico, Novaliches, Tatalon Magallanes, SLEX Isla Puting Bato, Tondo Regions I, III, IV-A and Metro Manila

40 113 10 1 1 2 25 2 8 2 109 3 4

Pasig City

Cainta and Rizal

MMDA
Rubber boats Ambulance Tow Trucks Forklifts Light Truck Portable floodlights Generator 1 Rescue Van Personnel with dump trucks and clearing 77 equipment Manlifter Firetrucks Fork Lifts Ambulance Rescue Van Tow Trucks 15 Pumping Stations 2 1 5 4 1 Edsa-Santolan Northboaund Edsa Provident Village, Marikina City

Grand Villas, Katipunan, Quezon City Major thoroughfares in entire Metro manila

Marikina City and Metro Manila

SBMA
SBMA Fire Department SWAT (IED) 15 11 1 2 1 17 2 1 3 2 Personnel Rescue van Rubber boat Dump trucks Officer Eps w/ Night Capability Equip. Rubber boats Chopper (Bell 214) US Personnel Water Crafts Teams Metro Manila

US CONTINGENT

Pasig City Pasig City

Telecoms Sans Frontier
2

Sitrep No. 13

Tab F-2

EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "ONDOY" LIST OF RESCUED PERSONS
As of 29 September 2009, 3:00 PM

ASSETS DEPLOYED

RESCUED

PCG

2,784

PNART MMDA PNP Maritime Group

1,350 4,701 625

PNPSAF NCRCOM Makati Search and Rescue ARESCOM AFP

287 1,648 16 70 20 40 117 10 115 4 70 4 402 2 94

PNRC PN SWAG MMDA PSG BFP 51st Ebde, PA with DRRU equipment

AREA Valenzuela Marikina Taguig Araneta Makati San Juan Sta. Ana Quezon City Rizal Biak na Bato Laguna Paranaque Pasig Malabon Marikina Navotas Marikina City San Juan Malabon Pasig Marikina Provident Village, Marikina Pasig Quezon City San Juan Marikina Marikina Paranaque Quezon City R Papa St Sto Domingo, QC Amorante, Kalentong, Mandaluyong Provident Village, Marikina EDSA Ortigas Extension

(fatalities) Brgy libis Quezon City

GRAND TOTAL

12,359

SitRep No. 13 EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "ONDOY" Status of National Roads and Bridges As of 29 September 2009, 3:00 PM DISTRICT/DAMAGE/ STRUCTURES/STA. LIMIT REGION III BULACAN
1 Norzaragay Bigte Rd Km 75+100 Brgy Bitungal

Tab G

SITUATION / STATUS P 76.00 M
Not Passable to all types of vehicles due to road cut

ACTIONS TAKEN

Repair on-going

REGION IV-A BATANGAS
1 Palico-Balayan-Batangas Road Cawong Bridge. Km. 113+192

P 30.00 M
Not Passable to all types of vehicle due scoured slope protection Not Passable due to Landslide Not Passable due to Landslide Installed warning signs

CAVITE
1 Tagaytay-Taal Lake Km 57+000 2 Tagaytay-Talisay Road Km 60+000 Clearing operations on-going Clearing operations on-going

RIZAL
Sumulong Highway km 24+000 Near Padis Point & Cloud 9 Sect. Marcos Highway 2 3rd Concrete Bridge km 35+861 1 3 Antipolo- Teresa Rd Km 28-29 Not Passable due to Landslide Not Passable due washed-out last span of bridge Not Passable to all types of vehicles due to scoured slopes Not Passable to all types of vehicles due to flood waters Clearing Operation on-going Warning Signs/Barricade Installed Installed warning signs

LAGUNA
1 Calamba-Sta. Cruz-Famy Jct. Road Km 109 +112+00(int.sect) Pangil, Pakil, Paete sects Installed warning signs

REGION IV-B OCCIDENTAL MINDORO
1 2 3 MWCR - Barokan-Sahing Sec. km 348+200, San Agustin Sablayan MWCR - Rayusan Sec km 348+200, San Agustin Sablayan MWCR - Rayusan Sec km 391+200, Talaban Mamburao

P 30.00 M
Hardly passable, heavy mud flow accumulated to roadway Hardly passable, heavy mud flow accumulated to roadway Previously restored roadway, Hardly passable

Restoration works on-going Removal of mud flow is being undertaken Restoration works on-going

CAR KALINGA
1 Mt. Province - Cagayan via Tabuk (Tangadan Section) Baguio - Bontoc Road (Sabangan Section)

P 41.05
Closed due to landslides Close-Open Situation due to mud and rock slide On going road clearing operation.

MT. PROVINCE
1 On going road clearing operation.

NCR MALABON CITY
1 Gov. Pascual Ave-M.H. Del Pilar to LTO 2 Sanciangco St., Gov. Pascual Ave to Catmon Br

P 50.00 M
Not Passable to light vehicles Not Passable to light vehicles Not Passable to light vehicles Not Passable to light vehicles Not Passable to all types of vehicle Deployed maint. Crew to clean inlets Deployed maint. Crew to clean inlets Deployed maint. Crew to clean inlets Deployed maint. Crew to clean inlets Repair on-going

VALENZUELA CITY
1 MH Del Pilar infront of Pio ES Palasan 2 Along G. Lazaro St. Km 16+500

TAGUIG CITY
1 Tipas-Napindan Road

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