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'Mario' hits land,
rains to continue

Tropical storm “Mario” ‎maintained its strength as it made landfall over the northern tip of Cagayan province before noon Friday, the state weather bureau said.


Over 400,000
affected by 'Mario'

Over 400,000 people have been affected by Tropical Storm "Mario" as its heavy rains caused floods that swamped Metro Manila and other parts ‎of the country.


Floods hit
Metro Manila

Heavy rains Friday triggered gutter-deep floods in some parts of Metro Manila closing some streets to traffic, the Metro Manila Development Authority said.


More domestic
flights cancelled

More cancelled domestic flights as Tropical Storm “Mario” continues to dump heavy rains in the country‎, according to airport authorities.


La Mesa Dam
at spilling level

Residents along Tullahan River in Quezon City were advised to evacuate as the La Mesa Dam reached spilling level Friday morning due to heavy rains triggered by Tropical Storm “Mario.”


Marikina residents
evacuate homes

The City Government of Marikina implemented Friday a forced evacuation among its residents near the Marikina River.


Classes in Metro
Manila suspended

Metro Manila Development Authority Chairman Francis Tolentino announced over the radio that classes in all levels in both public and private schools in Metro Manila and 16 provinces are suspended on Friday.


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