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15,559 passengers stranded due to ‘Seniang’

/ 01:21 PM December 30, 2014

MANILA, Philippines–As of 12p.m., Tuesday, a total of 15,559 passengers have been stranded in various ports due to tropical storm Seniang.

According to the Philippine Coast Guard, the number increased from 14,474 Tuesday evening.

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There are also 115 vessels, 49 motor bancas and 509 rolling cargoes prohibited from sailing out of ports due to rough waves.

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