120 dead, 160 missing in southern Philippines hurricane


MANILA:  Over 100 people and dozens are mislaid in a hurricane in the southern Philippines that led to mudslides and floods on Saturday, police and disaster officials affirmed.

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It added several natives had unnoticed caution to abscond coastal areas and riverbanks.

“Several people were evacuated from the as hurricane water quickly increased because of high tide,” Manuel Luis Ochotorena, a disaster agency official affirmed.

As per the reports, a complete village was submerged by mudslide in Tubod town in Lanao del Norte.

After the landslides, power and communication lines were disrupted.  The weather department stated the hurricane had collected potency over the Sulu Sea.

Over 100 died in areas including Tubod, El Salvador, Munai towns in Lanao del Norte province.

Cops stated 42 people lost their lives in the towns of Sibuco and Salug in Zamboanga del Norte province.

Nearly three people were died in Bukidnon province whereas politicians in Lanao del Sur province stated 18 people had inundated in flash floods.

Sixty-four people mislaid in floods and landslides on Saturday.

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Hurricane Haiyan take the lives of at least 8,000 people and leaving 200,000 families without homes.