LGUs Instructed To Conduct Evacuation Of 35,000 Camarines Norte families Due to Rolly
TYPHOON ROLLY – Due to the forecasted arrival of Typhoon Rolly, around 35,000 families or 159,000 residents of Camarines Norte are set to undergo evacuation.
According to the Philippines’ weather bureau, Rolly was expected to ramp of the Signal No. 3 and 4 in some areas of the Philippines. This would bring strong winds, flooding, and property damage to the areas affected.
As such, local authorities from Camarines Norte were instructed to evacuate the families in at-risk areas. Based on an article from Inquirer, Atty. Don Culvera, the unified incident commander of the province, evacuation is required for families in areas prone to the effects caused by Typhoons such as flash floods and landslides.
We instructed the local officials to start the evacuation on Friday until Saturday afternoon because, according to the weather bureau, the typhoon is expected to affect the province on Sunday morning,
These areas are around the towns of Daet, Vinzons, Mercedes, Paracale, and Panganiban. Meanwhile, on Friday, local authorities began evacuation of families located in low-lying villages of San Isidro, Cobangbang, Awitan, Bagasbas, and Mambalite.
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