Sunday, June 22, 2008

Typhoon Frank Hits Manila

Unexpectedly, typhoon Frank hits most areas in the Philippines because it kept on changing its direction.


A ship carrying 700 passengers also sank because of the huge waves brought by the storm.

Most areas in the Philippines are also flooded and many people have been rescued from their roofs.
Electricity is intermittent in most areas and will be restored to 100% only once electric lines and posts are certainly safe.

Around 50 domestic flights were also canceled for safety.

MRT and LRT are also closed today, that means people cannot use the trains as a means of transportation.

Image of typhoon Frank from PAG-ASA

3 comments:

pinoykritik said...

its sad that 700 people are still missing, hope our Navy and Coast guard will find them.


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Anonymous said...

saan ka na work ngayon? - walter

Suzaku Lace said...

hello! walter, I work in an Australian IT company in Ortigas :)