Robin Padilla Sings “Wonderful Tonight” During His Visit To Albay
ROBIN PADILLA – Senator Robinhood “Robin” C. Padilla serenades Mayon residents displaced by the ongoing unrest in the Mayon Volcano.
The lava flow from the Mayon volcano has reached a distance of 1.5 kilometers from the summit crater, keeping it at level 3 alert, according to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) on Saturday. Phivolcs reported that as of 5 a.m., a “very slow effusion of lava from the summit crater of Mayon volcano continued to feed lava flows and collapse debris on the south and southern gullies.”
Additionally, nine dome-collapse pyroclastic density currents (PDC), 280 rockfall events, and two volcanic earthquakes have all been noted by the Mayon Volcano Network.
According to Phivolcs, the summit crater’s ongoing moderate degassing resulted in “steam-laden plumes that rose 100 meters before drifting to the general west.” The volcano remains in “a relatively high level of unrest and hazardous eruption is still possible within days or weeks.”
The agency said a downpour could “generate channel-confined lahars and sediment-laden stream flows in channels where PDC deposits were emplaced.”
Based on a report from Inquirer, Senator Robinhood “Robin” Padilla recently visited an evacuation center in Albay as the Mayon volcano’s activity continues. He went to the area with his wife Marien Rodriguez-Padilla.
The 53-year-old actor-turned-politician serenaded the people and his wife during his visit. He sang “Wonderful Tonight,” the song he frequently performs in the campaign rallies during the 2022 national elections.
“Hindi kayo pababayaan ng gobyerno lalo ng DSWD. Nandiyan sila para arugain kayo. Pero sana sa pagkakataong ito mag balik loob tayo sa Panginoong Diyos,” said Binoy.
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— Inquirer (@inquirerdotnet) June 16, 2023
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