"NDRRMC Update Sitrep 3 on Negros Earthquake"
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: 15 NAME AGE LOCATION CAUSE of DEATH REGION 7 Pinned down by collapsed Matuog Elementary concrete wall/ fence. Grade Bernadette Raidan 9 y/o School, Mun. of Tayasan, 2 pupil of Matu-og Elem. Negros Oriental School Buried in Landslide. From Ramon Ganti Tayasan Brgy Suquib Brgy. Mompong, Anafe Estrabella 12 y/o Collapsed Wall of Chapel Jimalalud Brgy. Mompong, Manolita Corceiga 10 y/o From Brgy. Poblacion Jimalalud Betty Yap Manzano 62 y/o Guihulngan City Hit by debris of Betty Cherry Pagao 23 y/o Guihulngan City Manzano’s house Brgy Magsaysay, Hit by a concrete wall of Gilbert Ubando 13 y/o Guihulngan City Magsaysay Elem School Brgy Magsaysay, Hit by a concrete wall of Eric Benigay 7 y/o Guihulngan City Magsaysay Elem School Brgy Mckinley, Hit by debris of her own Maricar Narciso 37 y/o Guihulngan City house Brgy Poblacion, Aljun Sabando Guihulngan 3 dead still Brgy Poblacion, To be identified unidentified Guihulngan A certain Bayloces Bindoy, Negros Oriental Due to collapse fence Heart Attack. From Acebes Palumar Bais City Majuyod, Negros Oriental • INJURED: 52 NAME AGE LOCATION CAUSE OF INJURY REGION 7 12 Unidentified Jimalalud To be Confirmed Treated at Guilhungan 40 unidentified Guihulngan Hospital 2 • MISSING (29) - To be Confirmed (allegedly buried in landslide) - All from Brgy Planas, Guilhugan, Negros Oriental NAME 1 Mandy Ramas 16 Menat Benes 2 Insel Mahinay 17 Asor Mahinay 3 Danny Toting 18 Dandy Soreño 4 Soriño Toting 19 Jolly Soreño 5 Dariong Toting 20 Analie Soreño 6 Marino Toting 21 Larry Toting 7 Dexter Toting 22 Coning Sarsa 8 Jolly Toting 23 Josie Lusiano 9 Albert Toting 24 Jerry Lusiano 10 Sonia Toting 25 Palil Luciano 11 Pepe Toting 26 Susan Nemeño 12 Dewe Toting 27 Sherly Nemeño 13 Beverly Isuki 28 Vicente De la Peña 14 Marites Nocus 29 Rosebel Isuki 15 Aka “Plangkaw” E. INCIDENTS REPORTED TYPE OF INCIDENT LOCATION REMARK/S Recession of Water several Evacuated residents of Brgys meters away from Mun. of Bindoy Tinaogan and Domolog coastline La Libertad 29 unidentified missing Landslides Sitio Moog, Brgy persons (allegedly buried in Planas, Guihulngan landslide) Comendador Beach Rise of water along 5 cottages along seashore were resort, Mun. of La shoreline wiped out Libertad La Libertad 20 residential houses damaged F. SUSPENSION OF CLASSES • Iloilo City – Classes, Offices and Malls were suspended • Negros Oriental – the Governor issued an order suspending all classes and work in government offices for the rest of the afternoon of 06 February 2012 • Cebu City – some classes were cancelled • Himamaylan City declared suspension of work at the city hall G. EVACUATION OPERATIONS • Municipality of Moalboal (southwest of Cebu) initiated evacuation operations in Brgys Saavedra, Basdiot, Poblacion East and west, Tuble, Tomonoy and Balabagon. The displaced were taken to Barangay Bugho, Moalboan • Municipality of Bindoy – evacuation of residents of Brgys Tinaogan and Domolog H. DAMAGES TYPE/ SEVERITY OF REGION/ CITY STRUCTURE DAMAGE Region 6 Cracks on glass walls San Carlos Unitop Building cracks City halls of Sagay and Cadiz; some 3 schools; hospitals; gyms; malls; and other structures Cracks on joint portion Talubangi Bridge Region 7 collapsed Barangay Hall Damaged bridge Bateria Bridge (impassable) approaches Guihulngan City Tinayunan Bridge and road damaged (impassable) Government and commercial buildings; cracks roads; several other structures HQ 11 IB in Brgy Mckinley, Slight damage Guihulgan Matoog Bridge (passable only to light Mun. of Tayasan Damaged vehicles) damaged 2 residential houses Mun. of Jimalalud Tanglawan Bridge (passable on to damaged light vehicles) damaged Pangaluan Bridge (impassable) 5 cottages in Comendador Beach Wiped out Resort were wiped out due to sudden rise of water damaged La Libertad Bridge (impassable) collapsed 3-storey, Laturnas Bldg Mun. of La 20 residential houses (Sitio Block 2, Libertad damaged Brgy Sulungon) collapsed Aglipay Church damaged Martelo Bridge (impassable) Steel bridge (passable only to light damaged vehicles) RSB Building, Abellana National Cebu City Surface cracks School, St. Vincent Gen. Hosp (old building) Mangoto Bridge (Pinamungahan- cracks Mantalongon) Bohol Assessment on-going Siquijor Assessment on-going Dumaguete City Assessment on-going Commercial establishments collapsed Pangaloan Bridge (impassable) Cracks amplified/ Mun. of Maribojoc St. Vincent Parish Church aggravated Cracks amplified/ Mun. of Loay Conception Elem. School aggravated Bridge connecting Calinog and Iloilo City damaged Lumbano Mun. of Tinayunan damaged Bridge (impassable) Mun. of Bindoy Minor cracks roads Mun. of Mabinay Minor damages roads Mun. of cracks PNP In-houses and Police Station Vallehermoso Ayungon bridge (passable only to Mun. of Ayungon Slight damage light vehicles) 4 I. STATUS OF LIFELINES • Guihulngan City – water supply system was totally damaged; Electric facilities are down J. 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 Conducted an Emergency meeting to assess the damages and needs requirement of the affected families in the region 5 Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) • 505th Airforce helicopters in Camp Hernandez were alerted and readied for immediate dispatch • U3 CENCOM conducted relief and rescue operations; advised the public not to panic • Advised all OPCOM units to alert their respective DRTU to provide assistance and conduct DRO as the need arises • For dispatch 4 Huey Helicopters from WESTMINCOM and EASTMINCOM enroute to CENTCOM. ETD: Early 07 February 2012 • 78th IB conducted public announcement to correct false information on tsunami • 302nd IB, 703rd CDC, 7th RCDG and ARESCOM conducted SAR Operations Philippine National Police (PNP) • PNP RHQ VII dispatched SAR Team composed of PPSC, 30 RMG, 48 RPS B VII and other Local Police Station personnel to conduct search and rescue operations in Negros Oriental • PNP RO7 conducted public announcement to correct false information on tsunami • PNP Gulhungan personnel were deployed to provide security against looting 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 Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) • PCG-CGAC cancelled all movements of commercial vessels and small crafts including fishing boats and bancas – temporary cancellation was lifted at 2:30 PM of the same day OTHER GROUPS • APAS Emergency Response Team (AERT) conducted public announcement to correct false information on tsunami • K. NEEDS • Guihulngan City – Drinking water; Tents and Food ________________________________________________________________ 6