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Only 798 passengers remain stranded in ports — Coast Guard

By: - Reporter / @DYGalvezINQ
/ 04:24 PM December 30, 2018

MANILA, Philippines — Only 798 passengers remain stranded in different ports nationwide as a result of heavy rain dumped by Tropical Depression “Usman” that has been downgraded to a low pressure area, the Philippine Coast Guard said Sunday.

In its latest tally, the PCG showed the following number of stranded passengers as of 12 noon, Sunday:

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National Capital Region-Central Luzon – 281 

Commander’s Wharf –  281

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Southern Tagalog- 423 

Mauban Port – 115

Gumaca Port – 108

Real Port – 200

Western Visayas – 36

Banica Wharf – 33

Libertad Wharf – 3

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Bicol- 58

Virac Port – 50

Pasacao Port – 8

A remaining number of 15 rolling cargoes; 7 vessels; and 3 motor bancas were still stranded in the said ports.

A total of 798 passengers; 15 Rolling Cargoes; 7 Vessels; and 3 Motorbanca were stranded from different ports nationwide…

Posted by Philippine Coast Guard on Saturday, December 29, 2018

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