NDCC established Advance Command Posts (ACP) in various strategic areas in Metro Manila: 1. Katipunan Avenue cor. Aurora Boulevard, Marikina City. The over-all commander is Hon. Mayor Maridel Fernando while the Incident Commanders are Mr. Robert Nacianceno and Mr. Ramon Santiago of MMDA with telephone numbers 0917-3221951 and 0920-9389914. 2. Alpha base 8th Floor, Pasig City Hall with telephone number 643-0000. the over-all commander is Mayor Roberto Eusebio. 3. Club House, City Hall of Cainta City headed by Mayor Ramon Ilagan, with telephone numbers 0927-2204744 and 665-0846 4. Department of Public Order Safety Hall Quezon City. The over-all commander is Mayor Sonny Belmonte while the incident Commanders is Ms. Teresa Amarillo with telephone number 0921-6555262

Assets Deployed • Assets deployed to the flooded areas in Metro Manila by AFPDRTF (HSC, SEG and MP, GHQ, PN, PMC, PAF, 525Ebde, PA and NCRRCDG); PNP; PCG; VCRC, 5IDRC, ICMOTF, 75th CG- NCRC; AFPRESCOM; PMC; and MMDA (Details on Tab A) • AFP dispatched four (4) 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 (10 rescue van, 1 rubber boat and 2 dump trucks • NOLCOM 503rd conducted rescue and retrieval operations in the landslide areas • PNP dispatched various SAR equipment such as: NCR SRU Van, Squad EMS-NHQ, SOD-NHQ, engines, water tanker, mini-pumper rubber boats, jaguar, fire trucks and others for SAR operations in Regions I, III, IV-A and Metro Manila • 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 Commander Simoy with 2 loaders, 2 dump trucks, 3 Canter Elf and 1 backhoe loader • The US Contingent: 1 Officer and 17 EPs, with night capability equipment, 2 rubber boats and 1 chopper (Bell 214) arrived this afternoon at NDCC OpCen to support SAR operations. Six persons have been rescued from Ever Gotesco, Cainta and two hundred packs of assorted goods (five kilos each) were distributed to the affected families Donations • 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 • CEISSAFP coordinated with SMART Telecom re: Installation of GSM900 repeater at NDCC Operation Center to enhance smart mobile phone signal inside the OPCEN building

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Globe Telecom temporarily lent four (4) hotlines at NDCC OPCEN to augment the communication capability of in responding to emergency calls in the calamity areas during the entire TS “Ondoy” Operations, with the following hotline numbers: 0917334193, 0917334256, 0917334263 and 09155316719 The Manila and Subic Yacht Clubs lent rubber boats to the NDCC for use of response teams in the conduct rescue operations. Dr. Rafael Rodriguez of Medical Plaza donated 1 unit rubber boat to NDCC which was turned over to the AFP Ms.Cynthia Rodriguez and Family of Corinthian Gardens, QC provided relief goods such as: 5 boxes noodles, 8 packages skyflakes crackers; 4 bottles Coco Jam, 5 cans pork & beans, assorted clothing, blankets and 16 cups noodles Aileen Lawigan, friend of Executive Secretary Ermita, donated ready-to-eat food packs for stranded passengers San Miguel Corporation and Petron Corporation donated 20 pieces 2.7 kg cylinder with gasoline lamps for use in the evacuation areas PHAP Cares Foundation thru Executive Director Glecy C. Cuenco donated 5 boxes of assorted medicines.

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 on the suspension of classes at all levels in Metro Manila on 28 September 2008

NDCC Rice Assistance • The NDCC facilitated the release of 4,400 sacks of rice to the following: Region IV-A - PDCC Cavite (200), PDCC Laguna (200), PDCC Batangas (200), 1st District Batangas (1,000); PDCC Rizal (200); PDCC Quezon (100); CDCC Calamba, Laguna (200); and CDCC Sta. Rosa, Laguna (200) Region III - 1st District Bulacan (100) and PDCC Bulacan (1,000) NCR – CDCC Taguig (1,000) NDCC Member Agencies’ Humanitarian Action • DOH activated all DOH CHD’s operations center 24 hours/7days with continuous coordination with the LGUs concerned and prepositioned drugs and medicines in all affected areas

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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 PhP635,056.00 worth of relief goods consisting of food and non-food 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 PhP19,981,158.35 by the field offices concerned along the typhoon path PNRC rescued 282 persons and provided relief assistance to the victims National Grid Corporation of the Philippines is conducted power restoration in various damaged sub-stations (S/S) in Region III (Botolan, Zambales (77.18%), Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija (79.51%), Concepcion Tarlac (12:66%) and Limay, Bataan (40.0%); Region I (Labrador, Pangasinan (48.48%) power restored. In Region IV-A, no power in the following Districts of Quezon: 4th District except Gumaca and 3rd District except Unisan, Agdangan and Padre Burgos both due to Quezelco 1 problem, 1st District except Lucban & Infanta breaker 51FY4 Famy Infanta 69kV line under patrol and Tayabas, Sampaloc and Pagbilao Meco portion lateral Line cut-out still open, subject for patrol by MECO and 2nd District has power except in the Municipalities of Tiaong and San Antonio but MECO portion lateral Line cut-out still open, subject for patrol by MECO 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 DPWH conducted damage assessment in all affected areas. Based on assessment, all are passable except Cabagan Sta Maria Concrete Overflow due to swollen river. Deployed 1 unit dump truck to Pasay City DepEd reported that 15 schools were damaged: 7 elementary schools 1 high school and 8 secondary schools were damaged in Regions CAR, NCR Regions III and IV-A amounting to PhP6,520,000.00. There are 36 school buildings used as evacuation centers occupying 1,650 families and 1,366 individuals

II. EFFECTS A. Summary of Affected Population (Tab B) • •

69,513 families / 337,216 persons Partial total of Evacuees: 11,967 families / 59,521 persons in 118
evacuation centers

B. Casualties (Tab C)

• DEAD: 73
NCR - 7 (3 in Muntinlupa City; 2 in NIA Road, Quezon City; 1 Marikina City and 1 in Brgy. Bato, San Juan) CAR - 1 (Kabugao, Apayao) III – 21 (9 in Bulacan and 12 in Arayat, Pampanga) IV-A - 44 (1 in Calaca, Batangas; 1 in Calauag Quezon, 23 in Tanay, Rizal 10 in Angono; 5 in Baras; 3 in Montalban; and 1 in Theresa)

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MISSING: 23 (1 in Kabayan Benguet, 20 in Tanay, Rizal, and 2 in Arayat,
Pampanga)

INJURED: 4 (1 in Sta. Cruz, Laguna and 3 in Kabayan, Benguet)

III. Regional Actions (Details on Tab D)

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Tab A-1

EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "ONDOY" Assets Deployed
As of 27 September 2009, 6:00 PM

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 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 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

525 Ebde, PA NCR RCDG, PA

Brgy. Protacio, Pasay Brgy. Villamor, Pasay City Villamor Airbase, Pasay City Heritage-C5 Road San Mateo Rizal Marikina City C5-GHQ EDSA-GHQ 36A, 18th Ave. QC

Rescue operations on-going Return to VAB, awaiting for deployment Rescue operations on-going 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 st 51 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 On the way to 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 1 1 1 1 1 1

Officers Enlisted Personnel loaders dump trucks Canter Elf Backhoe loader Team/Rubber boat Team/Rubber boat Team/Rubber boat Team/Rubber boat Team/Rubber boat Team/Rubber boat Fairview San Francisco, Q.C. Parañaque Montalban Biak na Bato, Quezon City Marikina via Marikina River

PCG

PNP
1 1 1 1 1 3 4 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 Pasig City Provident, Marikina Antipolo, City CAMANAVA area Taguig Page 1 of 2

UNIT AFP
1 1 2 1 2 2 6 1 1

ASSETS DEPLOYED

AREA

RESULTS OF OPERATIONS

Elf Pasig City M35 M35 (EPD) with Rescue Teams Marikina City Rescue Van (EPD) Pasig City Tow Trucks (QCPD) with Rerscue Teams Novaliches and San Francisco Del Monte Dump Trucks (QCPD) with Rescue Teams Boundary Quezon City / Marikina Ambulances (QCPD) with Crews Tollahan, San Francsico, Novaliches, Tatalon Rubber Boat with Rescue Team Magallanes, SLEX M35 with Rescue Team (MPD) Isla Puting Bato, Tondo NCR SRU Van Regions I, III, IV-A and Metro Manila Squad EMs-NHQ SOD-NHQ Engines Water tanker Mini-pumper Rubber boats Jaguar Fire trucks Edsa-Santolan Northboaund Edsa Provident Village, Marikina City

MMDA
Rubber boats Ambulance Tow Trucks Forklifts Light Truck Portable floodlights Generator 1 Rescue Van Personnel with dump trucks and 77 clearing equipment Manlifter Firetrucks Fork Lifts Ambulance Rescue Van Tow Trucks 2 1 5 4 1

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

SBMA
SBMA Fire Department SWAT (IED) 15 10 1 2 1 17 2 1 Personnel Rescue van Rubber boat Dump trucks Officer Eps w/ Night Capability Equip. Rubber boats Chopper (Bell 214) Metro Manila

US CONTINGENT

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Sitrep No. 7

Tab A-2

EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "ONDOY" LIST OF RESCUED PERSONS
As of 27 September 2009, 6:00 PM

ASSETS DEPLOYED

RESCUED

AREA Valenzuela Marikina Taguig Pasig Araneta Makati San Juan Sta. Ana Biak na Bato San Juan Pasig Malabon Marikina Navotas Marikina 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

PCG

470

PNART MMDA PNP Maritime Group

1,350 250 625

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 51 Ebde, PA with DRRU equipment
st

(fatalities) Brgy libis Quezon City

GRAND TOTAL

5,594

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Tab B

Effects of Tropical Storm "ONDOY" AFFECTED POPULATION
As of 27 SEPTEMBER 2009, 6:00 PM
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

GRAND TOTAL
NCR
MANDALUYONG CITY MANILA CITY MARIKINA CITY MUNTINLUPA CITY NAVOTAS CITY PARAÑAQUE CITY PASIG CITY PATEROS CITY QUEZON CITY TAGUIG CITY

268
62
9 14 3 8 2 3 4 6 3 10

69,513
6,735
1,321 940 136 923 26 450 919 205 280 1,535

337,216
33,789
6,605 4,700 636 4,615 135 2,250 4,595 1,178 1,400 7,675

118
62
9 14 3 8 2 3 4 6 3 10

11,967
6,735
1,321 940 136 923 26 450 919 205 280 1,535

59,521
33,789
6,605 4,700 636 4,615 135 2,250 4,595 1,178 1,400 7,675

1,608

9,033

13,575
6,735
1,321 940 136 923 26 450 919 205 280 1,535

68,554
33,789
6,605 4,700 636 4,615 135 2,250 4,595 1,178 1,400 7,675

REGION III
BATAAN 1 Balanga City BULACAN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Angat Balagtas Baliwag Bocaue Bulacan Bustos Calumpit Guiguinto Malolos Marilao Meycauayan Plaridel San Miguel

127
1 1 80 1 7 5 6 2 10 2 14 1 8 15 4 5 39 1 2 28 3 3 2 7 7

35,404
8 8 24,301 20 2,100 1,524 1,640 14 2,589 600 2,800 19 5,945 4,600 1,400 1,050 10,645 200 36 8,739 15 155 1,500 450 450

161,224
30 30 116,499 100 12,000 9,184 7,500 64 12,945 2,300 14,000 86 23,780 22,800 8,320 3,420 42,985 1,000 180 34,965 75 685 6,080 1,710 1,710

25
1 1 23

4,053
8 8 3,845 20 1,416

19,837
30 30 18,807 100 6,231

1,608

9,033

5,661
8 8

28,870
30 30 21,760 100 9,184 8,900 380 86 2,800 225 85 7,080 1,000

108

2,953

5

108

2,953

10 2 1 3 1 1 1 1

1,780 76 19 480 37 17 200 200

8,900 380 86 2,800 225 85 1,000 1,000 1,500 6,080

3,953 20 1,524 1,780 76 19 480 37 17 1,700 200

PAMPANGA 1 Arayat 2 Bacolor 3 Lubao 4 Mabalacat 5 San Simon 6 Sto. Tomas NUEVA ECIJA 1 Licab

1,500

6,080

1,500 0

6,080 0

REGION IV-A
BATANGAS 1 Calaca 2 Nasugbu 3 Lemery 4 Balayan 5 Bauan 6 Laurel 7 Tanauan City 8 Talisay LAGUNA 1 2 3 4 5 RIZAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Pangil Alaminos Paete Calamba City Sta. Cruz Tanay Taytay Angono Morong Rodriguez San Mateo Antipolo City

77
22 2 3 4 1 1 9 2 38 2 3 22 11 17 10 1 1 2 2 1

26,228
3,802 45 2,890 270 5 35 537 20 17,317 164 10 80 4,978 12,085 5,109 500 3,500 50 100 735 200 24

136,473
17,991 225 14,450 1,450 25 100 1,641 100 93,167 715 101 350 19,301 72,700 25,315 2,500 17,500 20 500 3,675 1,000 120

31
1

1,179
70

5,895
350

0

0

1,179
70 70 0 -

5,895
350 350 0 5,545 250 500 3,675 1,000 120 -

1

70

350

25

14 11 5 1,109 5,545

1 1 1 1 1

50 100 735 200 24

250 500 3,675 1,000 120

1,109 50 100 735 200 24 -

REGION V
CAMARINES SUR 1 Naga City 2 Sangay
Sources: DSWD and OCDRs

2
2 1 1

1,146
1,146 1,145 1

5,730
5,730 5,725 5

0

0

0

0

0
-

0
0 -

0
0

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SitRep No. 7 EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "ONDOY" CASUALTIES As of 27 SEPTEMBER 2009, 6:00 PM REGION/PROVINCE/ MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY Name Age Address

Tab C

Cause / Date / Remarks

GRAND TOTAL
NCR

73 DEAD
7
3 2 1 1 unidentified person unidentified person unidentified person unidentified person Ronnie Bahala Muntinlupa City Quezon City Marikina City San Juan 21 yrs. Old Brgy. Lutaucan, Kabugao, Apayao Drowned

CAR REGION III

1
1

21
9 12 unidentified person unidentified person Bulacan Arayat, Pampanga

REGION IV-A

44
1 1 23 10 5 3 1 Ronel C. Morsia Aurelio B. Flistado unidentified person unidentified person unidentified person unidentified person unidentified person 27 yrs. Old Brgy. Sinisian, Calaca, Batangas 50 yrs. Old Poblacion, Caluag, Quezon Tanay Rizal Angono Baras Montalban Theresa hit by a fallen tree drowning

GRAND TOTAL
REGION IV-A CAR

4 INJURED
1
1 unidentified person Tito Simpoda Marcelo Simpoda Galeba Tobiangon Sta. Cruz, Laguna sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, Benguet sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, Benguet sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, Benguet covered by landslide covered by landslide covered by landslide

3
1 1 1

GRAND TOTAL
CAR REGION III

23 MISSING
1
1 Pihet Cabiag sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, Benguet Sitio Bungao, San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Pampanga covered by landslide

2
1 Mack-Mack Galang 9 yrs. Old due to landslide

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Tab D Regional Actions 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 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 (4) 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 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 • Quezon WASAR team proceeded to Infanta, Quezon to assist in the evacuation and SAR operations in the affected areas • The Republic Cement Corp assisted in road clearing operations along the Zigzag road in Antipolo City • MDCC Paki, Laguna with assistance from 4th RCDG-AFP conducted rescue operations of the stranded residents • AFP, PNP and BFP have provided assistance to the LGUs in the conduct of rescue operations • Local DCCs supervised the conduct of rescue operations in their respective areas 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