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Salam pagi YB Menteri @HishammuddinH2O .. & @MYEmbHanoi ..
#TyphoonVamco hitting #Vietnam hard .. Will Malaysia extend help again to @BlueDragonVN like in May 2020 ? TQ ImageImage
Well Done @BlueDragonVN !!!
Keep up your noble task of helping the people of #Vietnam !! 🇻🇳👍🏻👍🏻
This is @BlueDragonVN !!
To the uniniated.. they have been doing work on 2 prongs: helping the underprivileged kids + equally important, rescuing girls sold to vice in other countries !!
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#Philippines #Marikina #Manila #TyphoonVamco

Desperate families climbed onto roofs as Typhoon Vamco caused severe flooding in the Philippines on Thursday (November 12).
Footage shows the devastating scene in the Marikina area of Metro Manila where 6-foot-deep muddy torrents swamped tens of thousands of homes.
A Stranded resident said: "We had nowhere else to go so we climbed on our roofs. If we didn't do that, we would have drowned. It was so scary and most of us could not swim and we even had a baby with us."
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#Philippines #Luzon #Manilla #flood #TyphoonVamco

"Many places are under water. Many people are calling for help." The retired civil protection officer Rouel Santos describes the situation in the Philippine province of Rizal as dire.
Hundreds of people across the country had to seek refuge on their roofs due to severe flooding from Typhoon "Vamco". The tropical storm wreaked havoc when it pulled over the east of the main island of Luzon, on which the capital Manila is located,
with gusts of wind of more than 250 kilometers per hour. At least one person died and three more are missing, said civil defense. Thousands had been brought to safety before the storm hit. According to the civil defense, around 50,000 people were ordered to leave their homes.
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#Philippines #Apayao #TyphoonVamco #Vamco

Local officials placed sandbags along roads to slow down flash floods in the mountainous region of Apayao, Philippines on November 11 during Typhoon Vamco, also known as Ulysses.
Residents helped officials secure the sandbags to block the water and create a safe pathway for villagers. The weather state bureau said Typhoon Vamco will bring destructive winds and torrential rainfall to the Philippines, where thousands have been evacuated.
It is expected to leave on Friday (November 13) before heading to the central region of Vietnam.
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