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Sea travel resumes in Bicol ports

By: - Correspondent / @mbjaucianINQ
/ 10:56 AM September 26, 2022

Some passengers were stranded at the Matnog port in Sorsogon province at the height of Typhoon “Karding” (international name: Noru) on Sunday, Sept. 25. (Photo courtesy of OCD)

LIGAO CITY — Trips in various seaports in the Bicol region resumed on Monday, Sept. 26, as Typhoon Karding (international name: Noru) weakened.

Gremil Alexis Naz, spokesperson for the Office of Civil Defense in Bicol, said trips resumed at 5 a.m., allowing 2,049 stranded passengers to sail to their destinations.

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On Sunday night, the suspension of trips stranded 137 passengers in Albay province; 97 in Camarines Norte; 47 in Camarines Sur; 20 in Catanduanes; 22 in Masbate; and 1,621 in Sorsogon.

Seventeen rolling cargoes, 13 sea vessels, and four motorized bancas were also stranded in Bicol ports due to the rough seas.

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