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BY: ERWIN G. BELEO

The City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office (CDRRMO) urges residents and barangay officials early Monday (September 10, 2018) to conduct declogging of canals in preparation for possible flood brought by an approaching typhoon this week.

 

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(File Photo: Erwin G. Beleo)

 

Aside from declogging, CDRRMO Chief Julie Ann Hipona also advises all residents to make necessary measures to ensure safety of their houses especially those residing near the coasts.

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(File Photo: Erwin G. Beleo)

 

In the 11 AM weather advisory of PAG-ASA, the low pressure area located at north of Batanes developed into a tropical depression this morning, September 10, and was officially called Typhoon Neneng. While #NenengPH is expected to leave the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on Tuesday (September 11) residents are still advised to take precautionary measures as another typhoon named Mangkhut may enter PAR on Wednesday as Typhoon Ompong. Currently, Mangkhut has maximum wind of 140 km per hour, and gustiness of 170 km per hour.

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(File Photo: Erwin G. Beleo)

 

Residents are advised to tune in for weather updates via government online platforms, radio and TV as well as to take the necessary preparations for the coming typhoon.

 

The CDRRMC is committed to safeguard the People’s City of San Fernando. For emergencies, residents may call the CDRRMC hotline at 0915-511-0764 / 687-8100 loc 159 or the La Union Rescue at 911.

 

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