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Typhoon Ulysses pounds Cordillera provinces

/ 10:28 AM November 12, 2020
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Floodwaters and mud inundate a house in Calanasan, Apayao as a result of Typhoon Ulysses’ onslaught  (Photo courtesy of Calanasan local government unit)

BAGUIO CITY — Strong winds and heavy rains spawned by Typhoon Ulysses triggered landslides and floods in Apayao province and damaged homes and roads, authorities said.

In Mountain province, the designated quarantine control point at Barangay Sinto, Bauko town near the boundary it shared with Benguet was also damaged due to the incessant rains and strong winds.

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Meantime, Magat Dam in Isabela opened another spill gate and released water at 184 cubic meters per second (cms) at 7 a.m. on Thursday.

Strong winds and heavy rains due to Typhoon Ulysses destroyed the designated quarantine control point at Barangay Sinto in Bauko, Mountain Province (Photo courtesy of  Mountain Province Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office)

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