Ormoc City better prepared for disaster–authorities

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MANILA, Philippines — There are no casualties in Ormoc City, Leyte despite the floods caused by two-days of rain because the people, through their local government, now know what to do, said Pedro Dominic Eamiguel, head of the Ormoc City Rescue team, and Councilor Jose Alfaro in exclusive interviews with Radyo Inquirer 990AM Thursday. Leyte was once the scene of a landslide that wiped away a village and killed thousands.

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  • crossminder

    That’s a good example of what we called Prevention and Preparedness in foreseeable disaster. Ormoc residents and its LGU learned their lesson well from the Nov 1991 flash flood that ravaged their city..Job well done..!

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