NDRRMC Update Sitrep 1 on Negros Tsunami

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					C.     TSUNAMI BULLETIN
     • Tsunami Bulletin No. 02 as of 2:30 PM, 06 February 2012
       TSUNAMI ALERT CANCELLATION
            No further reports of unusual sea level changes were received after the two-
            hour extended observation period. Hence, tsunami alerts for the Philippines are
            cancelled.

     • Tsunami Bulletin No. 01 as of 12:31 PM, 06 February 2012
       ALERT LEVEL #2: BE ON ALERT FOR UNUSUAL WAVES
        o   People are advised to stay away from the shoreline. People should not go to the coast
            to watch the tsunami
        o   People whose houses are very near the coastal areas of Negros and Cebu Islands are
            strongly advised to be watchful

D.     CASUALTIES
       ( DEAD: 7 )
       NAME                    AGE      LOCATION                          CAUSE of DEATH
                               9 y/o    Matuog Elementary School,         Pinned down by
       Bernadette Raidan                Mun. of Tayasan, Negros           collapsed concrete
                                        Oriental                          wall/ fence
       1 unidentified                   Tayasan, Negros Oriental          To be Confirmed
                               11 y/o   Brgy. Mompong, Jimalalud,         Collapsed Wall of
       Anafe Estrabella
                               (est)    Negros Oriental                   Chapel
       4 unidentified                   Guihulngan, Negros Oriental       To be Confirmed

E.     INCIDENTS REPORTED

           TYPE OF INCIDENT              LOCATION                    REMARK/S
       Recession of Water several                        Evacuated residents of Brgys
                                        Mun. of Bindoy
       meters away from coastline                        Tinaogan and Domolog

F.     SUSPENSION OF CLASSESS

            •   Iloilo City – Classes, Offices and Malls were suspended

G.     DAMAGES

          REGION/ CITY        TYPE OF DAMAGE                          STRUCTURE
       Region 7
       Northside of Negros severe damage
       Oriental
       Guihulngan City     collapse                        Barangay Hall
                           cracks                          Government       and      commercial
                                                           buildings; roads and bridges
       Mun. of Himalalud        damage                     2 residential houses
       Cebu City                Surface cracks             RSB Building, Abellana National
                                                           School, St. Vincent Gen. Hosp (old
                                                           building)
       Bohol                    Assessment on-going
       Siquijor                 Assessment on-going




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 H.       ACTIONS TAKEN

NDRRMC
  • NDRRMC Emergency Operations Center was activated and alert status was upgraded from
    WHITE to BLUE ALERT STATUS in view of the incident, and disseminated Tsunami
    Bulletins/Alerts to RDRRMCs/OCD Regional Centers concerned through SMS and facsimile
    for further dissemination to their respective local disaster risk reduction and management
    councils from the provincial down to the municipal levels, especially to the coastal areas and
    communities near Negros and Cebu Islands
  • Likewise, Operations Centers of RDRRMCs concerned were advised to take all the following
    appropriate precautionary measures:
             Alert all residents living in the coastal areas fronting the Pacific Ocean for possible
             evacuation
             Effect the dissemination of the tsunami bulletins/advisories to the Local Chief
             Executives, Civil Defense Coordinators and RDRRMC Members through SMS, fax and
             other means of communication
             Communicate with all local TV and Radio Stations to ensure widest public information
             dissemination of Tsunami Bulletins/Alerts
             Undertake continuous monitoring in their respective area of responsibility (AOR)
             Instruct to submit report on actions taken thereof

DOST – PHIVOLCS

      •   DOST-PHIVOLCS disseminated Earthquake and Tsunami bulletins and is closely
          monitoring the situation for any significant development

Office of Civil Defense Regional Centers (OCDRCs)
      •   OCDRC V

                 Coordinated with PDRRMC Masbate and Sorsogon, MDRRMC Pio V. Corpus and
                 Esperanza, Masbate re possible effects of the earthquake
                 Disseminated warning bulletins and other information to RDRRMC member/
                 support agencies, LDRRMCs and media thru SMS/ e-mail/ fax and uploaded the
                 same to their facebook account
                 Continuous monitoring
      •   OCDRC VI

             o   Iloilo DRRMC convened for an emergency meeting and immediately dispatched a
                 rapid damage assessment team

      •   OCDRC VII

                 Disseminated warning bulletins and other information to all Chairmen, PDRRMCs
                 of Bohol, Cebu, Negros Oriental and Siquijor, PNP 7, AFP-CC including all member
                 agencies
                 Alerted LDRRMCs particularly coastal communities of Negros Oriental and Cebu
                 Islands for minor sea level changes and advised people living in coastal areas to be
                 watchful




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AFP

   •   505th Airforce helicopters in Camp Hernandez were alerted and readied for immediate
       dispatch

Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG)
   •   DILG 7
                Coordinated with NDRRMC re status of their AOR
                Initiated the evacuation of residents of Brgys Tinaogan and Domolog, Munipality of
                Bindoy

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