Typhoon Odette leaves 31 dead, 3 hurt
MANILA, Philippines — Typhoon Odette left 31 dead and three others were injured, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) reported on Saturday.
Of the total deaths, 16 were recorded in Cebu province, five in Negros Oriental, five in Bohol, two in Guimaras, and one each in Bukidnon, Iloilo, and Negros Occidental.
Two of the injured were in Romblon and another one was in San Fernando, Cebu.
The typhoon also affected 373,110 people in 1,358 barangay. A total of 328,847 were displaced, with 309,814 temporarily staying at evacuation centers.
Odette, which made landfall nine times, left the Philippine Area of Responsibility at noon on Saturday.
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