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Netizens Give Update On Manila Bay Dolomite, Says 40% Is Gone

MANILA BAY UPDATE – According to a netizen on Reddit, about 40% of the dolomite in Manila Bay was gone following the Typhoon.

Previously, Metro Manila and other areas in the NCR raised signal no. 4 due to Typhoon Rolly. However, according to PAGASA, the NCR, especially Metro Manila were spared from the devastating onslaught of the typhoon.

Weather forecaster Benny Estajera said NCR didn’t experience Signal No. 4 levels of wind and rain. He explained:

Yung reason dyan ay nag-westward yung general movement nitong si Rolly while going from Bicol region across Quezon hanggang dito sa Batangas. So yung forecast track na pa-northwest na halos doon na dikit na dito sa Metro Manila yung sentro is medyo lumayo

So, what happened to the dolomite after the typhoon? A reddit user named “thebuddywithglasses”, posted a photo and captioned:

People have been asking for an update after the storm, so here it is. Dolomite seems to be at 40% now. Let’s get this straight though, the sand wasn’t washed over, it was washed out.

Manila Bay Dolomite Update Nov 3, 2020, Netizens Say About 40% Gone
Image from: Reddit

This happened despite Rolly changing course and only slightly affecting Metro Manila. Meanwhile, here are some of the netizens’ comments regarding the photo:

Metro Manila didn’t even experience the full impact of Rolly as it diverted/weakened. Wouldn’t be surprised if the entire thing gets wiped out next strong typhoon.

Aggghhh. Yung mental health nila na damage na din sa 40%. HAHAHA🤭

That’s what you get if you put pearly white sand in a murky, dirty body of water. The sand will absorb the color of the water!

Clean the bay, clean the water, clean the sources flowing to the bay, and then we can enjoy the sand without worrying about it being dirty..

READ ALSO: 6,000 Left Homeless After Rolly Ravaged Albay – Governor

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