NDRRMC Update Sitrep No.3 re Preparedness and Response to the Effects of Typhoon QUIEL

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NDRRMC Update Sitrep No.3 re Preparedness and Response to the Effects of Typhoon QUIEL Powered By Docstoc
					b. CASUALTIES (3 DEAD, 2 INJURED, and 6 MISSING)
  •   3 DEAD
               Name                Age               Address             Remarks
      Marcos Jamas             35 yrs. old      Brgy. Cotcot,         Drowning
                                                Buguias, Benguet
      Kurt Jack Candelario     4 yrs. old       Brgy. Bobon,          Drowning
                                                Camiling, Tarlac
      Protacio Gelacio         38 yrs. old      Brgy. Telbang,        Drowning
                                                Camiling, Tarlac

  •   1 INJURED
               Name                Age                         Address
      Melody Gomez             22 yrs. old      Mabaay, Bontoc, Mountain Province
      Adela Damulag            12 yrs. old      Ojads, Banawe, Ifugao

  •   6 MISSING
               Name                Age                         Address
      Dante Del Ferro
      Eddie dela Cruz                           Bolinao, Pangasinan
      Joseph Caasi                              (Fishermen – MB Dante)
      1 identified as Cards
      King Raimel Calendario   6 yrs. old
                                                Brgy. Bobon, Camiling, Tarlac
      Benjie Benedicto         36 yrs. old

c. DAMAGED HOUSES
   • Region II: 5,626 houses were damaged in Isabela Province: 1,402 totally
     and 4,224 partially. The bulk of the damage is from the municipality of
     Echague

d. INCIDENTS MONITORED
      Landslide
      CAR: As of 10:30 AM, 01 October 2011, a passenger van bound from Buguias
      to Bontoc was hit by a landslide while traversing Gonogon section of Halsema
      Highway which resulted to 1 dead & 1 injured
      Region III: Landslide in Maharlika Highway, cutting off the provincial bridge
      going to Carranglan, Nueva Ecija

      Sea Mishap
      MB Dante, with 4 fishermen on board, capsized at 3:30 AM, 01 October
      2011, sunk approximately 1-15 Nautical Miles (NM) away from the
      shoreline of Sitio Arosan, Bolinao, Pangasinan

      Storm Surge
      Region I: Storm surge occurred in Barangays Tabuculan, Pasungol, and
      Bucalag of Santa, Ilocos Sur on October 01, 2011

      Flooding
      Region III
      •   Flashflood occurred in Brgys Bamban and Daldayap, San Clemente,
          Tarlac due to the overflowing of the Batacan River; Brgy San Isidro,


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            Paniqui, Tarlac (shoulder-deep); Brgys Pob. Sur Baybayaoas,
            Ptiombayug, Pedro L. Quines and Mamonit in Mayantoc, Tarlac (due
            the breached portion of Baybayaoas Dike); and Brgys Pindangan 2nd,
            Pao 1, 2, 3 and Surgi in Camiling, all in Tarlac. Fifty (50) passengers on
            board 3 buses were stranded along Romulo Highway in Camiling,
            Tarlac due to 5ft. flooding and rescued by joint efforts from PNP
            Camiling 3rd Mechanized IB, 32nd Mechanized Company, Operatives of
            Camiling, Sta. Ignacia LGU, and PDRRMC

  e. STATUS OF PORT OPERATIONS
     •   Ports of Batangas, Lucena, Puerto Real Calapan City in Oriental Mindoro and
         Abra de Ilog, (Mamburao, Occidental Mindoro and Balanan) and Kawit ports in
         Marinduque have suspended the operations of vessels below 1,000 GT

  f. STATUS OF DAMS (as of 4:00 PM, 02 October 2011)
     •   The following dams opened their respective gates as the water levels have
         reached their spilling levels: Ambuklao (4 Gates / 2 m); Binga (2 Gates / 2
         m); Magat (5 Gates / 5 m); and San Roque (2 Gates / 1 m)

  g. STATUS OF POWER SUPPLY as of 2:00 PM, 02 Oct 2011
     •   NGCP’s System Operations Group reported that the following provinces are
         without power: Benguet-100%(Percentage of Power Loss); Cagayan-4%;
         Ifugao-100%; Isabela-73%; La Union-52%; Nueva Ecija-15%; Nueva Vizcaya-
         54%; Pangasinan-22%. The loss of power is due to damaged NGCP
         transmission facilities or damaged distribution facilities of local distribution
         utilities or electric cooperatives
         NIA Report - Aurora (no power yet); only Lagawe in Ifugao is energized;
         and Quirino (no power yet)
         Cauayan City (partial); Alicia (town proper only); and Santiago City
         (partial). Other areas in Isabela with power are Cordon, Angadanan,
         Echague, Cabatuan, San Mateo, and Reina Mercedes and in Mt. Province
         are Bontoc, Sabangan, Bauko and Tadian

  h. STATUS OF ROADS AND BRIDGES
     •   Roads and bridges previously affected/damaged by Typhoon “Pedring”
         were aggravated with the passage of Typhoon “Quiel” in most of the
         areas in Regions I, II, III and CAR

III. EMERGENCY RESPONSE

  NDRRMC and RDRRMCs I, II, III, and CAR continue its response efforts in terms
  of search and rescue, evacuation and relief and recovery operations in areas
  affected by Typhoons “Pedring” and “Quiel”.

  DSWD I pre-positioned 2,000 family packs for the entire region and separately pre-
  positioned 2,000 family packs in Ilocos Norte and 500 in Ilocos Sur. Stand-by funds
  and stockpile of food and non-food commodities in warehouses and those pre-
  positioned at the LUGs are available and sufficient to respond to any eventuality; and
  augmented assistance worth PhP386,708.00 for release to the following areas in
  Pangasinan:



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   4th district - 500 family food packs, 100 pcs blanket, 100 pcs mosquito nets,
   15 pieces water jugs, and 100 sacks of used clothing
   Calasiao, Pangasinan - 500 family food packs and 200 packs used clothing
   San Jacinto - 100 family food packs
DSWD FO2 stockpiled 3,000 family packs and is meeting on a regular daily basis for
updates re the ongoing typhoons; repacked relief goods, supplies, and materials for
augmentation support to affected LGUs (assisted by volunteers from the Youth
National Service and Bayanihan Bayan Volunteers from St. Paul University
Philippines Tuguegarao Campus); and SWAD teams in Cagayan, Isabela, Quirino,
and Nueva Vizcaya augmented the PSWDO’s relief operations to the affected
families.
DSWD CAR pre-positioned 3,504 family packs; made available the Quick Response
Fund (QRF) that amounted to PHP 500,000.00; and activated the DSWD QRT.
DOH CHD HEMS I stockpiled available medicines; established medical response and
health assessment teams; established a health network with PHO, DRRMCs, and
DOH medical Centers; and all DOH representatives are closely coordinating with
respective MDRRMCs.
DOH-CHD Cagayan Valley pre-positioned various medicines and medical supplies
for the provinces of Isabela and Cagayan; HEMS Regional Operations Center is
under code alert “white”; provincial health team leaders are activated; rapid
assessment / medical teams are on standby.
DOH CAR activated their operations center and stockpiled all the medicine available
at the regional and provincial offices; alerted all their health officers in the field, and
monitors health status in their respective AOR.
DepEd alerted its Quick Response teams in Regions I, II, IV-A and CAR led by
Regional Physical Facilities Coordinators, Regional Lead Engineers and DepEd
Project Engineers. DepEd Operations Center remains on red alert to monitor
Typhoon “Quiel” which poses threat to Northern Luzon particularly on
damaged schools; Quick Response Teams in the affected regions will conduct
rapid damage and needs analysis led by DepED Engineers and Physical
Facilities Coordinators. DepEd Budget Division will release the Quick Response
Fund (QRF) for the repair and rehabilitation of damaged school buildings.
AFP Implemented OPLAN DAGLI 2010–NOLCOM DRO Plan; 86IB 54IB PA is
assisting PDRRMCs Ifugao and Mountain Province. Naval Reserve Center Northern
Luzon (NRCNL) DRR Teams proceeded to Dagupan City and evacuated 500
persons to North Central Elem School, Dagupan City; dispatched 1 DRRO Team
from 3rd Mechanized Inf Batallion and 1 Team from PPSC (Tarlac Provincial
Office) and 2 PEO dump truck for SAR and evacuation operations in the flooded
barangays of Bamban and Dalayap, San Clemente, Tarlac; 32nd IB conducted
rescue operations to stranded passengers along Romulo Highway, Camiling
Tarlac; deployed three (3) 6x6 trucks at Calumpit, Bulacan with relief goods
prepared by GMA Kapuso Foundation.
PCG CGDNL placed on standby their DRG/WASAR teams; monitored all foreign
vessels transiting within AOR; advised all resort owners within AOR not to allow their
guest to go on swimming in the sea due to big waves and high current; disallowed all
motor banca to go on fishing, and closely monitoring all those motor banca who have
already departed but have not yet returned; Coastal Barangay officials were given
responsibility to inform their fellow constituents not to venture for fishing; and
conducted foot patrol along the coastline and ports; and sustained PCG visibility in
known hubs of maritime activities. PCG Action Center implemented its PCG



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policies: guidelines on movement of vessels during heavy weather and
guidelines on the movement of MB/vessels in the absence of weather bulletin
in the locality.
PRC placed on standby its eight (8) Chapter Staff, 50++ Chapter Based Volunteers,
20 Red Cross 143 Municipal Coordinators, 55 Barangay Disaster Action Team
(BDAT) members, and 64 CH Volunteers trained; and prepositioned two (2) inflatable
boat, three (3) units OBM, 1 land cruiser, 2 ambulances and other response
capability/equipment, and stockpiled food and non-food items and PRC II distributed
relief goods to Brgy. Centro10, Tuguegarao City.
PIA established close linkages with the local media in every provinces given
provincial offices; created PIA text blasting tapping SMART and GLOBE
telecommunications; and established linkages with disaster member agencies and
ensure timely dissemination of weather updates and situation reports, including
various agency efforts tapping local media, PIA website and PIA weather news
facebook account.
PNP Maritime Group deployed 5 rubber boats and 5 SAR teams (5 PCOs, 40
PNCOs) in the municipalities of Hagonoy, Malolos, Pulilan, and Calumpit, Bulacan.
SAF deployed five (5) rubber boats (4 with OBM), four (4) forward trucks, 46 SAR
personnel, and 17 support personnel in Calumpit, Bulacan as well as in the Calumpit-
Apalit boundary.
PRO1 conducted evacuation operations in flooded Brgys. in Aringay, La Union;
conducted clearing operations along Maharlika Hi-way particularly at Brgy Bued,
Binalonan, Pangasinan. All Provincial Public Safety Company (PPSC) Alert Teams to
include PNP WaSAR Teams conducted roving patrol to ensure safety of residents
within the region and deployed SAR Team to the municipalities of Pangasinan along
the Agno River to conduct pre-emptive evacuation. PPO Ilocos Sur pre-positioned
personnel and resources ready for deployment.
PRO 2 deployed personnel and rescue assets to strategic locations and is assisting
LGUs in clearing operations.
PRO 3 personnel remains deployed for continuous SAR within the AOR. PNP
Camiling conducted rescue operations for stranded passengers/vehicles along
Romulo Highway in Camiling, Tarlac. Tarlac Provincial Police Office (PPSC)
sent 1 team to augment in the evacuation operations in Brgys Bamban and
Daldayap, San Clemente, Tarlac
PRO 4A augmented two (2) SAR teams composed of 40 personnel with eight (8)
rubber boats and two (2) 6x6 trucks to Camiling, Tarlac and Calumpit, Bulacan.
20 PNP operatives from Region 4-A with rubber boats without OBM arrived in
Camiling to assist in relief and possible rescue operations. Delivered 2,000
pieces empty sacks and 1 truckload of sand for sandbagging purposes at
Poblacion Sur, San Clemente Tarlac.
PRO CAR pre-positioned eight (8) rubber boats, 25 ambulances, 62 utility vehicles,
213 patrol cars, and 1,369 to be deployed in their AORs.
DILG directed affected LGUs to reactivate their DRRMCs; pre-position all available
assets; identify evacuation sites; and stockpile relief goods and other items in
respective AOrs.
BFP CAR placed on stand-by 190 personnel, 35 firetrucks, and 6 ambulances. BFP II
pre-emptively evacuated 201 families / 508 persons in Cagayan and in Isabela.
BFP La Union mobilized a total of 99 personnel and 13 firetrucks to the 10
municipalities in La Union and rescued 72 persons in Agoo



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DPWH organized a disaster team composed of maintenance staff, drivers, operators
and workers; identified disaster prone areas and scheduled corrective
actions/measures; stockpiled materials for emergency use on eroded/scoured
shoulders; prepared informative/warnings signs and barricades for use during
disaster; established linkages among local contractors, LGUs and media; monitored
media coverage on possible zones to be affected by calamity; and conducted
Inventory of manpower and inventory/recondition of equipments.
DENR-MGB CAR and monitored assessed mine waste dumps and siltation ponds;
reactivated Special Task Action Groups (STAGs); and distributed radio messages
(RADMES) to all DENR services/PENROs/CENROs.
NTC CAR and I coordinated with telecom service providers to facilitate the immediate
restoration of their services and reactivated Oplan Bayanahin of all hand-held radio
operators and alerted all accredited Civic and Amateur Groups as emergency
communication back-up in case communication systems fail; and convened the Local
Price Coordinating Councils to address the effects of the typhoon and is closely
monitoring market prices in CAR.
DTI in Region I conducted daily monitoring of prices to check on the compliance in
the provisions of RA 7581 otherwise known as the Price Act Law; activated the Local
Price Coordinating Council (LPCC) and coordinated with the local chapters of the
Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) and PIA.
DA I and CAR activated the Regional Command Center (RCC) to monitor possible
damages in the agri-fishery sector; identified vulnerable sites/areas and update
standing crop status.

REGIONAL PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE

Region I
RDRRMC/OCD I; recommended the activation of Local DRRMCs and response
teams and strict implementation of pre-emptive evacuation in high risk areas if
situation demands; and attended media interviews.
MDRRMC Bautista, Pangasinan purchased thirty (30) cavans of rice for stock pile,
ready for distribution to mostly affected families. Monitoring situation of water in the
Agno River.
SAR Team of Mangaldan, Pangasinan still on standby for possible rescue or
evacuation in their area.
CDRRMC Dagupan City conducted SAR operations and evacuation of family
from areas at risk; provided food assistance such as drinking waters and
mattress to the evacuees and conducted health and sanitation assessment
through medical consultation and health information.
Region II
OCD-RDRRMC II coordinated with PDRRMCs Batanes, Cagayan, Quirino, Isabela
and Nueva Vizcaya regarding situation update; and alerted all residents living in the
low-lying and mountainous areas against possible flashfloods and landslides.
PDRRMC Cagayan prepositioned Rescue 29 members in Alcala, Cagayan for
possible rescue operations; and alerted all local DRRMCs and rescue teams in the
province.
PDRRMC Isabela pre-positioned food, non-food, and rescue facilities; alerted Rescue
922 for possible rescue and relief operations; and placed heavy equipment on stand-
by in the affected municipalities as well as in the Provincial Capitol.



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PDRRMC Nueva Vizcaya distributed ready-to-eat food to flooded are in the
municipalities of Dupax del Sur and Norte.
Rescue 206 conducted clearing operations in different Barangays and Rescue 922
together with PAF and PNP-Cauayan City are conducting clearing operations.
MDRRMC San Clemente conducted sandbagging operations to control the
water level caused by swelling of Batacan River.
Cost of assistance provided by the DSWD FO II and LGUs to the provinces of
Isabela, Cagayan, and Quirino amounted to PhP1,133,540.00: PhP364,400.00 in
Isabela, PhP250,000.00 in Cagayan and PhP269,140 in Quirino.
Region III
RDRRMC/OCD III coordinated with Dilasag and other municipalities of Northern
Aurora and advised them to monitor the situation and to implement the pre-emptive
evacuation if the situation warrants; and dispatched 1 DRRO team for
rescue/evacuation in San Clemente, Tarlac; dispatched PEO Payloader and 2
PDRRMC Operatives to assist in the clearing and rescue operations in
Camiling, Tarlac; and delivered 1 truck load of sand and 200 pcs of empty
sandbags for sandbagging at Brgy. Binaungan, Tarlac City.
Palayan City conducted a pre-emptive evacuation in Brgy Popolon (73 families) to
Manacnac Elementary School while Sapang Buho residents together with their
animals voluntarily evacuated to the same school.
NCR
Local DRRMO Malabon conducted declogging at Gov. Pascual and sand bagging at
Brgy. Dampalit and Brgy. Sigwa.
Valenzuela City stockpiled 2,500 relief goods for evacuees; placed on standby heavy
equipments trucks & other motor vehicles at the Operation Center and ready for
dispatch; placed on standby sidewalk clearing unit & clean & green team; and the City
Engineering Office made rounds around the city to roll down all big tarpaulin,
advertisement and other hazards for collapsed structure incidents.
Mandaluyong CDRRMC alerted the Engineering Department, Traffic Enforcement
Division, City Social Welfare and Development Office and other local government
offices, C3-Command and Control Center was tasked to monitor the situation in all 27
barangays; Rescue units including the Mayor’s Action Command, Special Rescue
Unit of Mandaluyong City Fire.
Pasay City is monitoring Barangays’ awareness and preparedness including their
equipment and coordinated with DRRM council members.
Manila City is on alert and capabilities for rescue are on standby position
Taguig City LDRRMO is on alert; and heavy equipment trucks and other motor
vehicles were placed on standby.
Paranaque LDRRMO convened in preparation for TY “Quiel”.




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