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C.

Damaged Houses

CAR
• One (1) house was totally damaged in Sitio, Kubo, Brgy. Palay, Kabayan,
Benguet with 3 people rescued alive and one (1) still missing
D. Dam Status

Region III
• Ipo Dam opened gates 2, 3 and 4 at around 1:20 AM, September 26, 2009. As
of 7:00 AM Radial Gate No. 2 already closed and gates 3 and 4 are still open
as of reporting time
• Ambuklao Dam -current level is 742.17m with 3 gates open at 3 meters
• Binga Dam – 574.10m with 1 gate open at 1 meter

E. Flooded Areas

Region III
• Bulacan – Thirty six (36) barangays in Marilao, Meycuayan, San Miguel
and Bocaue Sta Maria, Calumpit, Bustos and Norzagaray – heavily
flooded
• Pampanga – thirty three (33) barangays in San Simon, Guagua, Masantol,
Apalit, Lubao, Porac, Sto. Tomas and San Fernando

NCR
• Metro Manila - 45 brgys. in Manila City (1), Marikina City (2), Malabon City (6),
Muntinlupa City (2), Quezon City (17), Makati City (1), Pasay City (1), Pasig
City (5), Valenzuela City (1) and San Juan City (9) with flood water ranging
from 2 ft. to waist-deep are not passable to light vehicles. Road clearing,
search and rescue and evacuation operations are on-going

F. Landslide Areas

CAR
• Along Mt Province-Cagayan via Tabuk (Tangalan section) – closed to
traffic
Region III
• Brgy. San Juan-Banyo, Arayat, Pampanga – retrieval operations on going
Region V
• A landslide occurred in Brgy. Bongalon, Sangay, Camarines Sur on or about
5:00 PM, September 24, 2009 due to heavy rains.

G. Status of lifelines
1. Road Status (Tab C)
• Fifty (50) road sections in Regions II, III, IV and CAR are either impassable
to light vehicles and/or all types of vehicles

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NCR
• Thirty Seven (37) road sections in Metro Manila are not passable to light
vehicles due to flooding

Region II
• Isabela –Cabagan-Sta Maria overflow bridge, Sta Mari- not passable due
to swollen Cagayan River

• Nueva Viscaya – Daang Maharlika km 255+500 Abian Section Bambang -
one lane passable due to landslide and eroded shoulders

2. Power
• Power interruption has been experienced in some parts of Labo, Camarines
Norte due to fallen tree. Power restoration is being done by Camarines Norte
Electric Cooperative (CANORECO)

H. Trip Cancellation
Region IV-B
• Trips from Romblon Port to Sibuyan Island, Romblon Province were cancelled
• OCD IV-B is closely monitoring the status of roll-on-roll out operations

I. Strandees in Regions IV-A and V
• A total of 1,806 passengers, 120 trucks, 27 small cars, 2 passenger buses, 15
vessels, and 6 motor bancas were stranded in the Ports of Batangas, Calapan,
Puerto Real, Tamban, Virac, Tabaco, and Pasacao
• PCG Unit Commanders in various ports are closely monitoring and providing
assistance to ensure security and safety of strandees

III. ACTIONS TAKEN

A. NATIONAL ACTIONS
• The Secretary of National Defense and Chairman, NDCC in a Press Briefing
this afternoon, declared a State of National Calamity in the following areas in
view of the extensive effects of Tropical Storm “Ondoy”:
- The whole of National Capital Region (NCR)
- Region I: Mt. Province, Ifugao and Ilocos Sur
- Region II: Isabela, Quirino and Nueva Vizcaya
- Region III: Aurora, Nueva Ecija, Zambales, Pampanga, Bulacan,
Tarlac and Bataan
- Region IV-A: Mindoro (Occidental and Oriental) and Marinduque
- Region V: Catanduanes, Camarines Norte and Camarines Sur
• NDCC Advisory was disseminated to regions concerned through SMS and
facsimile for further dissemination to their respective local disaster coordinating
councils from the provincial down to the municipal levels
• NDCC-OPCEN has been continuously coordinating with AFP Command
Center and emergency responders of respective areas for the conduct of

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immediate search and rescue operations in various flooded/critical areas in
Metro Manila: Manila City, Marikina City, Malabon City, Muntinlupa City,
Quezon City, Makati City, Pasay City, Pasig City, Valenzuela City and San
Juan City; Central Luzon (Bulacan); and Region IV-A (Rizal Province
particularly San Mateo, Cainta, Tanay, Angono, Taytay, Baras, Montalban and
Antipolo City)
• Secretary of Department of National Defense and Chairman, NDCC
issued an NDCC Circular to Chairmen of RDCCs I, II, III and CAR directing
them to undertake necessary response measures to avoid loss of lives
and destruction of properties
• NDCC established an Advance Command Post (ACP) at Katipunan
Avenue cor. Araneta Boulevard, Marikina City. The over-all commander is
Hon. Mayor Maridel Fernando while the Incident Commanders are Mr.
Robert Nacenciano and Mr. Ramon Santiago of MMDA
• DOH activated all DOH CHD’s operations center 24 hours/7days with
continuous coordination with theLGUs concerned and prepositioned drugs and
medicines in all areas affected

B. Summary of Assets Deployed (Tab D)
 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
Donations
 Dr. Rafael Rodriguez of Medical Plaza donated 1 unit rubber boat to
NDCC which was turned over to the AFP
 Aileen Lawigan, friends of Executive Secretary Ermita donated ready-
to-eat food packs for stranded passengers

C. Status of SAR Operations
NCR
• PCG, KN, SOG and CGETC teams rescued 200 residents in Brgy
Hagonoy, Taguig near Laguna Lake. At St. Peter, MH Amoranto, Quezon
City, more than 20 persons have been rescued from rooftops. Afterward,
some teams proceeded to Araneta and Del Monte, Quezon City
• One (1) SOG team on board MRT with rubber boat and another SOG team
which just finished operations in Paranaque now enroute to Marikina
• Six (6) more teams with rubber boats and trucks formed with PBRC to
proceed Marikina shortly after logistical fill-up and four (4) more rubber
boats are expected to arrive from Subic early tomorrow morning for
dispatch to other flooded areas to be assigned by NDCC
• MMDA rescued 60 stranded commuters and 40 stalled vehicles at EDSA-
Santolan Northbound; 80 persons in Marikina were brought to higher
grounds
Region III
• SBMA - 15 personnel of SBMA Fire Department and SWAT (IED)
proceeded to PNRC National headquarters to augment rescue operations

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in the flooded areas in Metro Manila with one (10 rescue van, 1 rubber
boat and 2 dump trucks
• NOLCOM 503rd conducted rescue and retrieval operations in the
landslide areas

REGIONAL Actions
• OCD Regional Centers concerned have been continuously disseminating
weather advisories/bulletins to the Local Disaster Coordinating Councils and
monitoring of possible effects in their respective areas of responsibilities

NCR
• OCD-NCR alerted QCDOPs to monitor areas likely to be affected by the
spilling of La Mesa Dam and coordinated with NCRCOM and CDAG for
immediate deployment to Brgy. Bagong Silangan and Brgy. Fairview and Sitio
Ruby East Fairview and the collapsed building in 18th Avenue

Region I
• RDCC OPCEn has been activated since yesterday with the Naval Force
Northern Luzon (NFNL) and PNP Officers and other RDCC members
rendering duty at OpCen
• DSWD RI instructed the SWAD teams to coordinate with PDCCs to monitor
situation in respective areas of responsibilities

Region III

Bulacan
• PDMC Bulacan Rescue Team, PNP Municipal Station, 306/305 of PNP,
Bulacan PPO, Bulacan 566, BIRA, Rescue 117, and Special Forces of
Philippine Army are currently conducting rescue operation in all flooded
areas in Bustos, Sta. Maria, Bocaue, Marilao, Meycauayan, Baliwag and
Norzagaray

Nueva Ecija
• Governor Aurelio Umali of Nueva Ecija directed the activation of PDCC
as early as 9:30 AM
• PSWDO Nueva Ecija are now packing relief goods for distribution
• PEO prepositioned 3 dump trucks which are temporarily stationed at
PDCC Center
• Four serviceable motorized rubber boats of PDCC are prepositioned for
emergency operations

Pampanga
• PDCC Pampanga together with rescue team proceeded to Arayat,
National Park, San Juan, Banyo, Arayat for relief and rescue operations
• OCD III coordinated with PNRC Pampanga for used clothing for relief
operations

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Olongapo City rescue team proceeded to Metro Manila to augment in the
conduct of rescue and evacuation operation
OCD-RDCC III, PNP and NOLCOM and other responders are now assisting in
the rescue and evacuation operations in Bulacan and Pampanga

Region IV-A
• The Philippine Coast Guard and Philippine Ports Authority in Batangas have
suspended the inter-island travel. Vessel of 1,000 gross tonnage (GT) and
below are not allowed to venture into the sea
• All local DCCs of CALABARZON are placed on alert status
• Quick Alert Response Teams of DPWH, Southern Luzon Command
(SOLCOM), DOH, DSWD, PCG and PNP are on alert status ready for
deployment as the need arises
• BFP IV-A and AFP Units operating in Rizal Province have been ordered to
proceed to the affected areas in the province
• Lucena CDCC, Chairman and City Mayor Ramon Talaga, Jr. called an
emergency meeting to check the preparedness level of the city and visited
as well the flood-prone areas in the city
• Batangas CDCC called an emergency meeting to alert all its service
committees

Region IV-B
• PDCC Oriental Mindoro dispatched its Provincial Disaster Response to monitor
the situation particularly the water courses affected by the monsoon rains.
Likewise, alerted the MDCCs in their area of responsibilities

CAR
• DPWH CAR is now conducting clearing operations along the areas with
reported land/mud and rock slides
• OCD CAR coordinated with PRO-COR to assist in the dissemination of
warning advisories at the local level trough their radio communications network

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Sitrep No. 4 Tab A

Effects of Tropical Storm "ONDOY"
AFFECTED POPULATION
As of 27 SEPTEMBER 2009, 1:00 AM

TOTAL SERVED -
No. of Inside Evacuation Outside Evacuation
Region/Province/ AFFECTED CURRENT
Evac Centers Centers
Mun/City (Inside + Outside)
Centers
Brgys Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons

GRAND TOTAL 78 21,896 106,180 12 624 3,114 0 0 624 3,114
NCR 4 103 513 5 103 513 0 0 103 513
PASIG CITY 1 20 100 1 20 100 0 0 20 100
Brgy. Santolan 1 20 100 1 20 100 20 100
MARIKINA CITY 1 75 373 1 75 373 0 0 75 373
Brgy. Malanday 1 75 373 1 75 373 75 373
- -
- -
MUNTINLUPA CITY 1 4 20 1 4 20 0 0 4 20
Brgy. Tunasan 1 4 20 1 4 20 4 20
SAN JUAN CITY 1 4 20 2 4 20 0 0 4 20
Brgy. Ermitaño 1 4 20 2 4 20 4 20
Brgy. Salapan - -

REGION III 74 21,793 105,667 7 521 2,601 0 0 521 2,601
BULACAN 70 21,438 104,029 6 321 1,601 0 0 321 1,601
Angat 1 20 100 20 100 20 100
Balagtas 7 2,100 12,000 - -
Baliuag 5 1,524 9,184 284 1,416 284 1,416
Bocaue 6 1,640 7,500 - -
Bustos 8 809 4,045 - -
Calumpit 2 600 2,300 - -
Guiguinto 14 2,800 14,000 - -
Marilao 8 5,945 23,780 - -
Meycauayan 15 4,600 22,800 - -
Plaridel 4 1,400 8,320 17 85 17 85
PAMPANGA 4 355 1,638 1 200 1,000 0 0 200 1,000
Arayat 1 200 1,000 200 1,000 200 1,000
San Simon 3 155 638 - -

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SitRep 4 Tab B
EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "ONDOY"
CASUALTIES
As of 27 SEPTEMBER 2009, 1:00 AM

REGION/PROVINCE/
Name Age Address Cause / Date / Remarks
MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY

GRAND TOTAL 15 DEAD
NCR 5
3 Muntinlupa City
2 Quezon city
CAR 1
1 Ronnie Bahala 21 yrs. Old Brgy. Lutaucan, Kabugao, Apayao Drowned
REGION IV-A 9
1 Ronel C. Morsia 27 yrs. Old Brgy. Sinisian, Calaca, Batangas hit by a fallen tree
1 Aurelio B. Flistado 50 yrs. Old Poblacion, Caluag, Quezon drowning
7 unidentified person Tanay Rizal

GRAND TOTAL 3 INJURED
CAR 3
1 Tito Simpoda sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, Benguet covered by landslide
1 Marcelo Simpoda sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, Benguet covered by landslide
1 Galeba Tobiangon sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, Benguet covered by landslide

GRAND TOTAL 21 MISSING
CAR 1
1 Pihet Cabiag sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, Benguet covered by landslide
REGION IV-A 20
20 unidentified persons Tanay Rizal
SitRep No. 4 Tab C
EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "ONDOY"
Status of National Roads and Bridges
As of 26 September 2009

DISTRICT/DAMAGE/STRUCTURES/
SITUATION / STATUS ACTION TAKEN
STA. LIMIT

REGION II
ISABELA
Isabela 1st DEO:
Not passable due to swollen Cagayan
1 Cabagan-Sta Maria Concrete Warning signs installed at entry points by DPWH
River
Overflow Bridge, Sta Maria, Isabela
NUEVA VIZCAYA
Nueva Vizcaya 1st DEO
DAANG MAHARLIKA One (1) lane not passable due to Warning signs installed and removal of slides on-
1
Km 255+500, Abian Section, landslide and eroded shoulder going by DPWH
Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya
REGION III
BULACAN
Not Passable to light vehicles
1 Salangan Highway, San Miguel
due to flood (2 ft and above deep)
Area Engineers and maintenance crew are deployed
2 Mc Arthur Highway, Ibayo, Marilao Not Passable to light vehicles along various national roads to monitor roads and bridge
conditions
Area Engineers and maintenance crew are deployed
Manila North Road- Pandayan Section Not Passable to all types of vehicles
3 along various national roads to monitor roads and bridge
km. 20+900 underwater (1m deep) conditions
Area Engineers and maintenance crew are deployed
Not Passable to light vehicles
4 Banga Section km.18+020 along various national roads to monitor roads and bridge
underwater (0.5m deep) conditions
Area Engineers and maintenance crew are deployed
Not Passable to all types of vehicles
5 Marilao Section (SM) km. 21+000 along various national roads to monitor roads and bridge
underwater (0.5m deep) conditions
Area Engineers and maintenance crew are deployed
Not Passable to all types of vehicles
6 Abangan Norte Section km. 22+700 along various national roads to monitor roads and bridge
underwater (0.5m deep) conditions
Area Engineers and maintenance crew are deployed
Bocaue km. 23+916-25+800 Not Passable to all types of vehicles
7 along various national roads to monitor roads and bridge
km. 26+500-26+900 underwater (0.40-0.60m deep) conditions
Area Engineers and maintenance crew are deployed
Bocaue -Balagtas km. Not Passable to light vehicles
8 along various national roads to monitor roads and bridge
30+200-km. 29+500 underwater (0.30m deep) conditions
Area Engineers and maintenance crew are deployed
Not Passable to light vehicles
9 Balagtas km. 30+200-31+100 along various national roads to monitor roads and bridge
underwater (0.40m deep) conditions
Biga-Plaridel via Bulacan Malolos Road Area Engineers and maintenance crew are deployed
Not Passable to light vehicles
10 Wawa-Panginay, Balagtas along various national roads to monitor roads and bridge
underwater (0.50m deep) conditions
km. 30+450-30+900
AURORA
Baler-Casiguran Road Bunga River, km Not Passable to all types of vehicles
1
319-320 Brgy mapalad, Dinalungan underwater (1-1.5m deep)
NUEVA ECIJA
Area Engineers and maintenance crew are deployed
Cabatangan River km. 150+000 Brgy Not Passable to all types of vehicles
1 along various national roads to monitor roads and bridge
Villa Aurora, Ma Aurora underwater (1-1.5m deep) conditions
Area Engineers and maintenance crew are deployed
Bongabon-Laur-Gabaldon alternate
2 Not Passable to light vehicles along various national roads to monitor roads and bridge
route conditions
CAR
KALINGA
Mt. Province - Cagayan via Tabuk
1 Closed due to landslides On going road clearing operation.
(Tangadan Section)
MT. PROVINCE
Baguio - Bontoc Road Close-Open Situation due to
1 On going road clearing operation.
(Sabangan Section) mud and rock slide
NCR
MAKATI CITY
Not Passable to light vehicles
1 Guadalupe Viejo J. Rizal
due to flood
MANILA CITY
Along P. Florentino from Maria Clara to Not Passable to all types of vehicles
1
Blumentritt due to flood (half tire deep)

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DISTRICT/DAMAGE/STRUCTURES/
SITUATION / STATUS ACTION TAKEN
STA. LIMIT

MARIKINA CITY
Not Passable to all types of vehicles
1 Brgy. Malanday
due to flood (1.0 m deep)
Brgy. Concepcion Dos (Olive St., Lilac Not Passable to all types of vehicles
2
St., Rainbow St.) due to flood ( Gutter deep)
MALABON CITY
1 C4-Letre Not Passable to all types of vehicles
2 Tenejeros Not Passable to light vehicles
Not Passable to light vehicles
3 MH del Pilar
due to flood (knee deep)
Not Passable to light vehicles
4 Panghulo Road
due to flood (knee deep)
Not Passable to light vehicles
5 Catmon to Gov. Pascual
due to flood (leg deep)
Not Passable to light vehicles
6 Brgy. Dampil
due to flood (leg deep)
MUNTINLUPA CITY
Brgy. Tunasan, Arandia St. and Not Passable to light vehicles
1
cor Rodriguez due to flood (knee deep)
2 Brgy. Fairview, Fairlane Flooded (neck deep) evacuation on going
QUEZON CITY
1 Brgy. Bagong Silangan Flooded (neck deep) evacuation on going
2 Brgy. Fairlane, Fairview Flooded (neck deep) evacuation on going
Not Passable to light vehicles
3 E. Rodriguez cor Araneta Avenue
due to flood (knee deep)
E. Rodriguez Bridge near delos Santos Not Passable to light vehicles
4
Medical Center due to water overflow
Along santolan near Camp Aguinaldo Not Passable to light vehicles
5
Gate 6 due flood (tire deep)
PASAY CITY
Not Passable to light vehicles
1 Brgy. 185, 180 Sampaguita St.
due to flood (knee deep)
PASIG CITY
Not Passable to light vehicles
1 Brgy. Bambang due to flood (5-6 inches deep)
Not Passable to light vehicles
2 Brgy. Sumilang (Dos de Julio)
due to flood (10 inches deep)
Not Passable to light vehicles
3 Brgy. Mangahan
due to flood (knee deep)
Brgy. Pinagbuhatan Not Passable to all types of vehicles
4
(Velasco, Urbano) due to flood (3 ft. deep)
Brgy. Pinagbuhatan Not Passable to all types of vehicles
5
(Geromino St. Gahid) due to flood (3 ft. deep)
VALENZUELA CITY
Not Passable to light vehicles
1 MH Del Pilar infront of Pio ES Palasan
due to flood (11 inches deep)
SAN JUAN CITY
Not Passable to all types of vehicles
1 Brgy. Ermitanyo
due to flood (6 ft.deep)
Not Passable to all types of vehicles
2 Brgy. Rivera
due to flood (waist deep)
Not Passable to all types of vehicles
3 Brgy. Balon Bato
due to flood (waist deep)
Not Passable to all types of vehicles
4 Brgy. San Perfecto
due to flood (waist deep)
Not Passable to all types of vehicles
5 Brgy. Salapan
due to flood (waist deep)
Not Passable to all types of vehicles
6 Brgy. Addition Hills
due to flood (waist deep)
Not Passable to all types of vehicles
7 Brgy. Babs
due to flood (waist deep)
Not Passable to all types of vehicles
8 Brgy. Kabayanan
due to flood (waist deep)
Not Passable to all types of vehicles
9 Brgy. Pedro Cruz
due to flood (waist deep)

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Sitrep No. 4 Tab D
EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "ONDOY"
Assets Deployed
As of 27 September 2009, 1:00 AM

UNIT ASSETS DEPLOYED AREA
AFP
HSC, SEG and MP, GHQ 1 Fire Truck Ambulance Gate 3, 4, 5, and 6
Ambulance
10 M35 Trucks
1 Rubber Boats
PN 1 M35 Truck Quiapo/España
2 Rubber Boats
PMC 1 Van Truck Parañaque
1 M35 Truck
2 LARC Vehicles
PAF 1 M35 Truck Brgy. Protacio, Pasay
2 M35 Trucks Brgy. Villamor, Pasay City
525 Ebde, PA 1 Pltn w/ rubber boat Heritage-C5 Road
1 M35 Truck
NCR RCDG, PA 1 Pltn w/ rubber boat Sn Mateo Rizal
SSU, PA 1 Pltn w/ 1-M35 C5-GHQ
SEBn, PA 1 Coy w/ 2-M35 EDSA-GHQ
Scty Coy, 2ID 1 Pltn 36A, 18th Ave. QC
NCR QC
51DRC, NCR 1 Pltn EDSA-Santolan
JCMOTF, NCRC 12 Personnel Tatalon, QC
AFPRESCOM, NCRC 1 Pltn Proj 2, QC
750th, NCRC 1 Coy 18th Ave, QC
12 Personnel West Riverside QC
1 Pltn Laloma, QC
PMC 12 Personnel w/ 1 LARC Marikina City
AFP 1 Pltn/M35 Project 2, QC
1 Coy C-1 1SKW 18th Ave, QC
12 Pers 1SKW West Riverside QC
1 Pltn/M35 V. Luna Area
12 Pers w/ 1LARC Marikina City
12 Pers w/ 2 Rubber Boats V. Luna Area
1 COY / M35 Barangca, Marikina
1 M35 On the way to Marikina from BNS
1 Rubber boat
PCG
1 Team/Rubber boat Fairview
1 Team/Rubber boat San Francisco, Q.C.
1 Team/Rubber boat Parañaque
1 Team/Rubber boat Montalban
1 Team/Rubber boat Biak na Bato, Quezon City
1 Team/Rubber boat Marikina via Marikina River

PNP
1 Rubber Boat w/ Rescue Team Pasig City
1 Rubber Boat w/ Rescue Team Provident, Marikina
1 M45 Truck
1 Rubber Boat w/ Rescue Team Antipolo, City
1 M45 Truck
3 M35 Trucks CAMANAVA area
4 Troop Carrier w/ Rescue platoons Taguig
1 Elf Pasig City
1 M35
2 M35 (EPD) with Rescue Teams Marikina City
1 Rescue Van (EPD) Pasig City
2 Tow Trucks (QCPD) with Rerscue Teams Novaliches and San Francisco Del Monte
2 Dump Trucks (QCPD) with Rescue Teams Boundary Quezon City / Marikina
6 Ambulances (QCPD) with Crews Tollahan, San Francsico, Novaliches, Tatalon
1 Rubber Boat with Rescue Team Magallanes, SLEX
1 M35 with Rescue Team (MPD) Isla Puting Bato, Tondo
UNIT ASSETS DEPLOYED AREA
MMDA
2 Rubber boats Edsa-Santolan Northboaund
1 Ambulance
5 Tow Trucks Edsa
4 Forklifts
1 Light Truck Provident Village, Marikina City
Portable floodlights
Generator
1 Rescue Van Grand Villas, Katipunan, Quezon City