Philippines, Tropical Storm "GENER" or SAOLA

10:18 Jul 30 2012 Philippines: Region II, III, IV-A, IV-B, VI, X, CAR and NCR

Based on the NDRRMC Situation Report no. 22 on the status of the effect from Tropical GENER in the Philippines, casualties : 53 death, 5 missing, 35 injured and 144 rescued. 949,051 persons or 211,185 families were affected, where 4,323 families/19,972 persons were served inside 91 Evacuation Centers. 28 Cities in 35 provinces of Regions I, II, III, IV-A, IV-B, V, VI, VII, IX, X, XI, XII, CAR and NCR were affected by the effect of this TS.

A total of 88 roads and 3 bridges were closed to the public, where 2 roads in Capital Area to include Benguet, Kalinga and Mountain Province. The other road and bridges were in Region I, II, III, IV-A, IV-B, VI, CAR and NCR.

1246 houses were totally damaged and 6,609 houses were partially damaged in region III, IV-A, IV-B, V, VI, VII, IX, X, XI, CAR and NCR.

NDRRMC, RDRRMC, and other related local agencies are managing and responding to the situation by providing evacuation, medical service and relief distribution to the affected areas.

The cost of damages for all sectors is estimated to be 9.8 million US$. Meanwhile, the initial relief items cost estimated in the amount of 438,000 US$.

Several Regions have been declared under State of Calamity although the disaster has not been declared as National State of Calamity. These regions are:
NCR, I, III, IV-A, IVB, and VI
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