LOOK: Makati police braces for typhoon ‘Ompong’
The Makati City Police has prepared its search and rescue team to respond to emergencies brought about by the possible effects of typhoon “Ompong,” which is expected to make landfall in Isabela-Cagayan on Saturday.
The Makati City police will be at its “highest level of readiness” for the typhoon, it said in a statement issued Friday.
Members of the search and rescue team are also on standby and will be deployed to areas of concern when necessary, it added.
Related equipment and other tools have also been readied, according to police.
The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration earlier announced that “Ompong” will bring thunderstorms over Metro Manila on Friday until the entire weekend.
Signal No. 1 has been raised in Metro Manila on Friday morning. /jpv
Photos courtesy of the Makati City Police.
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