Severe Weather Bulletin Number TEN Tropical Cyclone Warning: Typhoon "SANTI" (MIRINAE) Issued at 5:00 AM, Saturday, 31 October 2009

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2 Severe Weather Bulletin Number TEN Tropical Cyclone Warning: Typhoon "SANTI" (MIRINAE) Issued at 5:00 AM, Saturday, 31 October 2009 Location of Center: (as of 4:00 AM) Coordinates: Strength: Movement: Forecast Positions/Outlook: 60 kms South Southeast of Metro Manila 14.0 N, E Maximum sustained winds of 130 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 160 kph West Southwest at 24 kph Sunday morning: 510 kms West Southwest of Metro Manila or Sunday afternoon: 770 kms West West of Calapan, Oriental MIndoro or over the South China Sea PSWS # Luzon Visayas Signal No.3 ( kph winds) Bataan Rizal Laguna Cavite Batangas Oriental Mindoro Occidental Mindoro Lubang Island Metro Manila None Signal No. 2 ( kph winds) Pampanga Bulacan Quezon Polillo Island Camarines Norte Camarines Sur Catanduanes Marinduque Romblon Calamian Group None Signal No. 1 (30-60 kph winds) Zambales Tarlac Nueva Ecija Aurora Albay Burias Island Northern Palawan Northern Panay B. Status of Monitored Major Reservoirs in Luzon (As of 04:00 AM, Oct 31) 2

3 C. Stranded Passengers/Vessels/Vehicles (As of 30 October 10:00 PM), Source: PCG Regio n Region/Prov/City/Port Psgrs Trucks Cars III Bataan 4 IV-A IV-B V NCR VI Psg r Bus Vessels MBC a Vessels taking shelter Batangas MBCA taking shelter San Jose, Batangas Lucena Puerto Real, Quezon 122 Calapan City, Or Mindoro Romblon 4 3 Tabaco, Albay Tamban, Cam Sur 9 Virac, Catanduanes 6 1 Sabang, Cam Sur Pasacao, Cam Sur 40 1 Victory, Legaspi City Pio Duran, Albay 105 Pilar, Sorsogon Bulan, Sorsogon Matnog, Sorsogon 1, Bapor, Masbate 1 Aroroy, Masbate 1 CG Station-Mla 50 Port State Control Center-Manila Bacolod 1,911 1 Caticlan, Aklan VII Cebu 3 VIII Catbalogan, Samar Total 8, LGU Catanduanes served meals to stranded passengers in Tabaco Port PCG provided security in ports to ensure safety of stranded passengers and vessels. C. Flooded Areas NCR Floodings were reported in the following areas: Pasay City: Brgy 183 (waist deep); Brgy 184 (2 ft. deep-ongoing evacuation); Brgy 201 (2 ft deep along creekside 30 persons evacuated); Brgy 185 (knee deep along Almazor St.) Navotas: Brgy San Jose (2 ft deep infront of Lying Inn along M. Naval St) San Juan San Perfecto, Balong bato, Progreso and Batis Streets - knee deep 3

4 Manila Brgy 598 San Roque, San Lorenzo, Sta. Clara, San Martin, Sta. Ana, San Isidro Parañaque Libjo area at the back of NAIA, Multinational Village (knee deep) Region V Part of Brgy Rizal and San Lorenzo, Sta. Elena, Camarines Norte (No. of evacuees 256 families / 1,086 persons) D. Status of Lifelines 1. Roads and Bridges Region V Maharlika Highway between Labo and Daet is one lane passable; ongoing clearing and removal of fallen trees caused by strong winds Inalmasinan Road Section is impassable due to flooding 2. Power, Telecoms Region IV-A Power outage in General Nakar, Alabat Island, Real and Infanta, Quezon Region V Power outage in Camarines Norte except in Daet as a result of preemptive measures undertaken by the National Electrification Authority (NEA) due to some damages along backbone lines. Assessment on the extent of damage is ongoing. Camarines Norte Electric Cooperative (CANORECO) substations were also shut down resulting to power outage in municipalities of Camarines Norte Province. Antenna/Communication facilities of Camarines Norte Provincial Police (CNPPO) bogged down due to strong wind SMART and GLOBE at Panganiban, Camarines Norte and SMART at Sta. Elena no signal IV. ACTIONS TAKEN A. NATIONAL A coordinating meeting on Typhoon preparedness was held at the NDMC Building, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City on 28 October 9:00 AM to discuss response preparedness measures of NDCC member agencies and the Regional Disaster Coordinating Councils/LDCCs for Typhoon Santi. 4

5 Another coordinating meeting among NDCC response agencies and representatives from NCR LDCCs, AFP, PNP, BFP, PCG UN-OCHA, and WFP was held on 30 October at the NDCC EOC. Highlights of the meeting are as follows: Response agencies agreed on designated areas of responsibility to augment the response capabilities of the LGUs as shown in the map During SAR/evacuation operations, pregnant women, children, disabled and children should be prioritized; children should not be separated from their parents/guardian Response agencies/ units and LDCCs to share information and have feedback mechanism Information should be forwarded to the NDCC EOC, being the nerve center for response coordination OCD NCR to assist the NCR LGUs in assessing impacts in the aftermath. DSWD Organized and conducted a relief caravan (SAMA-SAMANG PAGTULONG) to preposition relief supplies for 10 provinces in Regions IV-A and V areas which may be affected by TY Santi. Relief goods in the caravan were contributed by line departments, other national government agencies, private and international organizations. The said relief caravan was sent off by Her Excellency President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo on October 29, 2009 at 6:00 AM. The caravan was able to transport Php3.8 Million worth of assorted relief supplies i.e. family food packs, mineral water, blankets, noodles, medicines, blankets, etc. for prepositioning in DSWD-FOs: NCR- PhP 923, 000; IV-A-PhP2,350,102; V-PHP538,083. DSWD prepositioned PhP M standby funds and PhP M worth of relief supplies in the total amount of PhP M in all concerned DSWD-FOs in NCR, I, II, III, IV-A, IV-B, V, VIII and CO/NROC DOTC cancelled all RORO passenger bus trips from Manila bus terminals since 06AM of 30 October 2009 B. REGIONAL PREPAREDNESS Disaster Operations Centers (DOCs) of NCR, RDCCs I, II, III, IV-A, IV-B and V have been activated. All RDCC member agencies, local disaster responders were alerted to take necessary precautionary measures on the possible effects of TY Santi 5

6 On 30 October, President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo visited evacuation centers in the municipality of Pateros and Pasig City to ensure that pre-emptive measures for TY Santi of local DCCs are in placed NCR CDCC Pasig conducted pre-emptive evacuation of 54 families / 275 persons at Santolan Elem Sch and 50 families / 258 persons at Damayan Covered Court, Pinagbuhatan, Pasig DPWH-NCR District Engineering Offices are monitoring the removal/rolldown of billboards in accordance with the Additional Guidelines of the National Building Code of the Philippines Response teams deployment: Response Team/Asset Area of Deployment 2 platoons of PA DRTU Pateros 16 personnel of PAF DRTU Malacañang 1 platoon of 750 th CG Established Tactical Command Post in Pasig City 1 official with 1 personnel Established ACP at the NDCC for close coordination and quick response for DRRO 2 M35 trucks with 12 rubber rafts On stand-by at the HNCRCOM/for deployment 4 officers, 37 personnel of JCMOTF Marikina City with 1 commo van, 3 rubber boats 7 officials and 55 personnel of PN HNCRCOM for deployment DRTU with 2 rubber boats, 1 ambulance with medical team Region I Conducted emergency RDCC meeting re prepositioning and tracking of response assets to areas that are expected to be hit by TY Santi on October 30, 2009 at OCD Conference Room, Camp Florendo, Parian, San Fernando City, La Union. Prepositioning of SAR assets: COMPOSITION OIC/POIC RESOURCES DEPLOYMENT REMARKS 2 SOG Divers 2 HCGDNLZ Per 4 CGS Currimao Pers CPO Caole PCG 1RB w/ OBM San Juan/Bangar, La Union PO3 Rosquita PCG 1RB w/ OBM Agoo Police Stn, Agoo, La Union PO3 Cabansay PCG 1RB w/ OBM Sual, PO1 Navarro PCG 1RB w/o OBM La Union and MCPO Cabrera PCG 1 flat boat w/ OBM Pre-positioned at San Juan, La Union for possible SAR at said municipality and Bangar, La Union To preposition at Agoo, La Union for possible SAR at said municipality and its adjacent areas/obm borrowed at PNP, Agoo On the way to CGS Sual to preposition for possible SAR at risk areas On standby at HCGDNLZ for possible deployment within AOR On standby at HCGDNLZ for possible deployment within AOR/OBM borrowed at PNP SFU CPO Renon PCG 1 flat boat On standby at HCGDNLZ for possible deployment within AOR LTJG Rafin PCG 1RHIB w/ OBM Currimao, Ilocos Norte 10 CGS Sual Pers CDR Navarro PCG 1 MBCA w/ 16 HP B/S ENG Sual, On standby at CGSCU for possible deployment in risk areas in Ilocos Sur/Norte On standby at CGSSual for possible deployment at risk 6

7 5 DRG (SOG) Pers 2 MEPCOM Pers 1 SMART 2 Maritime Groups P/ENS Narvasa PCG/PO3 Colaja PCG 1RB w/o OBM Tayug, 1 PNART Bonuan, Dagupan, 1 PNART Rosales, areas On standby at HCGDNLZ for possible deployment within AOR 2 PNART On standby in Poro Point, SFU 3 BFP Wasar Teams 1 Reserve Team RHQ Urdaneta, Lingayen, and Rosales, DSWD Region 1 has stockpile of 5,000 family food packs Region II RDCC Chairman issued directive to PDCCs and CDCCs concerned to convene their respective DCCs and submit initial actions taken on contingency checklist and preparedness plan DSWD FU2 has prepositioned relief goods to augment relief efforts of affected LGUs PDCC Isabela issued radio messages to C/ MDCCs; prepositioned stockpiles of food and non-food items and rescue equipment; activated ISRR Team and government hospitals PDCC Nueva Vizcaya activated DRT 933 and respective Disaster Control Groups and enjoined residents along hazard prone areas for pre-emptive evacuation; prepositioned relief goods, medical supplies and other resources PDCC Quirino conducted pre-emptive evacuation of residents along the low lying areas; issuance of warnings to all barangays; pre-positioning of relief goods; SAR/evacuation equipment/vehicles; pre-identified evacuation centers (brgy. halls, day care centers and schools) and communication systems were tested for mobilization PDCC Cagayan convened and alerted PDCC members; activated Advance Command Post at Sub-Capitol, Lallo; prepositioned manpower, relief supplies and other resources in strategic places Region III Operations Centers of PDCCs Bulacan, Zambales, Aurora and Nueva Ecija have been activated and convened its member agencies and response teams for possible deployment RDCC 3 Core Group led by OCDR 3 thru PIA organized a press conference to inform the public on the preparations being undertaken by member agencies. Said conference was attended by various local TV, radio and print media Four (4) rubber boats from PNP Police Community Relations Group with 96 SAR personnel are prepositioned at PRO3 Hqs /on standby for the conduct of rescue and evacuation Contingents from the PNP, PA, WASAR Team and heavy equipment are on stand-by at the PDCC Bataan Response teams of PDCC Bulacan are on stand-by Dingalan MDCC conducted pre-emptive evacuation of 658 families which are now housed at different schools in the said municipalilty Region IV-A 7

8 PDCC/CDCCs/MDCCs and line member-agencies activated their Disaster Operations Center; all available assets are prepositioned in the provinces of CALABARZON RDCC IV-A TWG convened this afternoon, 30 October and discussed preparedness plans of different line-member agencies Chairman, RDDC IV-A directed all Police Provincial Directors to monitor peace and order; and identify evacuation centers to be used for pre-emptive evacuation In Polillio Group of Island and REINA area-quezon Province, 100 families conducted pre-emptive evacuation PPA Batangas Port stopped the issuance of passenger tickets since 5:00 AM this morning, 30 October and now taking care of the stranded passengers MDCC Chairman of Tanay, Rizal enforced evacuation to high-risk barangays PDCC Batangas established Advanced Command Post in Balayan, Batangas to monitor the coastal towns along Taal Lake LDCC Chairmen were advised to take pre-emptive evacuation of their constituents whenever necessary NFA IV-A prepositioned sufficient rice supply in strategic areas an dactivated its Operations Center BFP IV-A activated its Disaster Operations Center and placed rescue teams on standby status; prepositioned EMS teams in Sta. Cruz, Laguna; prepositioned rubber boats in Calauag, Quezon, Binangonan, Cainta, Rizal and Calamba, Laguna PCG STL activated rescue teams in every Coast Guard Station 202 nd Bde, PA prepositioned 3 rescue teams in Polilio Island in Quezon, Laguna and Rizal, navy boats/rubber boats with 7 personnel for Quezon, Laguna and Batangas; to deploy navy troops in Laguna DENR-MGB is monitoring areas prone to flooding and landslides; conducts public information campaign regarding hazards in the communities A total of 100,038 persons pre-emptively evacuated in 37 municipalities and cities of Rizal, Quezon, Laguna, Cavite and Batangas Provinces and presently housed in 239 evacuation centers as of this report: Prov/Mun No. of Evac No. of Persons Centers Rizal (6 municipalities) 86 80,810 Quezon (17 municipalities) 73 7,980 Laguna (11 municipalities/cities) 69 10,625 Batangas (2 municipalities) Cavite (1 city) Region IV-B Alerted RDCC Members, PDCCs MIMAROPA and Civil Defense Deputized Coordinators and continuously monitored status of Nautical Highway and roll-on-rollout port operation Region V Several meetings were organized by RDCC V on the preparations/inventory of resources/assets for TY Santi All DRRUs and disaster response teams stationed throughout the Bicol Region were activated for possible deployment as early as 27 October. RDCC ferried relief goods as stockpile to Calaguas Island, Camarines Norte on October 28, 2009 via PAF Chopper Pre-emptive evacuations were conducted in the following areas: In Albay, a total of 1,987 families / 10,332 persons in barangays: Tagaytay, Camalig (385); Burabod, Libon (147); Kinale (344); Alomon (185) and Balangibang (268) in Polangui, Albay; Tinapian (89), Malobago (105), Manumbalay (85), Nagotgot-Sitio Inang Maharang (48) in Manito 8

9 In Camarines Norte, 165 (adults and children) from Barangay 7, Mercedes evacuated at Mercedes Central School In Catanduanes, 30 families from Barangay Sipi, Bato evacuated at Elementary School; and 30 families from San Miguel Poblacion evacuated at the Municipal Building while others stayed with their relatives; Coastal barangays: 20 families from Barangay Baybay, Caramoran evacuated at the Municipal Hall; 10 families from Barangay District 3 evacuated at Gigmoto Rural Development HS In Camarines Sur, residents in coastal barangays of Garchitorena, Caramoan, Presentation and Sangay and in all barangays along San Miguel Bay; 46 families from Barangay Caaluan, Tinambac evacuated at Tinambac Cultural and Civic Center Prepositioning of assets: Response Agency/Unit Assets Deployed/On stand-by DSWD 200 sacks of rice each for the provinces of Camarines Norte and Catanduanes NFSL-PN 2 DRRTs composed of 5 officers and 20 EP at the flood prone areas in Bicol; 1 team at Iriga City, Cam Sur, another team at Mercedes, Cam Norte. Each team equipped with M35 truck, rubber boat with OBM and basic rescue equipment; 2 teams on stand-by at NSJA, Legaspi City for dispatch to flood/flashflood prone areas in Albay PCG Bicol 2 groups composed of 7 man team equipped with 50 m 16mm diameter rope, 3 flotation device and 1 flashlight in Pili Camarines Sur and Camarines Norte together with PN onboard M35 truck 901 st IBDE, PA M35 trucks to 1 st District Albay 902 nd IBDE Alerted respective DRRUs of 31IB and 42IB for deployment in Camarines provinces 903 rd DRRU units On stand-by/alert with DRRU OPCOM C. SAR/Evacuation NCR In Brgy Cupang, Muntinlupa, one (1) shanty located along the creek with occupants, was swept away by the current. BFP was able to rescue the two (2) children and presently conducting SAR for the missing father Region IV-A Calauag Rescue Group rescued twenty (20) fishermen at Brgy Tinigiban, Calauag, Quezon OCD IV-A asked assistance to PNP rescue 5 people on board a barge in Brgy Cuyab, San Pedro, Laguna Calamba CDCC established a Command Center at Multi-Purpose Hall, City Hall,Calamba City and conducted force evacuation of 200 families in Brgy. Lingga Laguna PPOs established a staging area in Sta. Cruz, Siniloan and Los Baños Rizal PDCC established 3 Command Posts in Baras, Taytay and San Mateo 9

10 Sitrep No. 5 5 Effects of Typhoon "SANTI" (MIRINAE) AFFECTED POPULATION (PRE EMPTIVE EVACUATION) As of 31 October 2009, 6:00 AM Tab A Region/Province/ Mun/City GRAND TOTAL NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION No. of Outside Evacuation TOTAL SERVED - CURRENT AFFECTED Inside Evacuation Centers Evac Centers (Inside + Outside) Centers Brgys Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons 20 23, , , , , ,029 PASIG MANILA 583 2, ,915 NAVOTAS PASAY REGION IV-A (CALABARZON) 0 20, , , ,038 BATANGAS CALACA LEMERY CAVITE CAVITE CITY LAGUNA 2,125 10, ,125 10,625 CALAMBA 840 4, ,200 SANTA ROSA CABUYAO FAMY LOS BAÑOS BAY 818 4, ,090 MABITAC PAKIL PILA SANTA CRUZ SINILOAN QUEZON 1,596 7, ,596 7,980 ALABAT GENERAL NAKAR GUINAYANGAN INFANTA 677 3, ,384 JOMALIG PATNANUNGAN CATANAUAN 461 2, ,305 MAKALELON SARIAYAYA MULANAY CALAUAG PANAKULAN SAN FRANCISCO QUEZON REAL POLILLO TAGKAWAYAN RIZAL 16,162 80, ,162 80,810 ANGONO 1,375 6, ,375 6,876 BINANGONAN 13,349 66, ,349 66,744 CAINTA 590 2, ,948 RODRIGUEZ (MONTALBAN) 208 1, ,041 TANAY 300 1, ,500 TAYTAY 340 1, ,701 REGION V (BICOL REGION) 20 2,288 11, ,405 ALBAY 9 1,987 9,935 LEGAZPI 331 1,655 CAMALIG ,925 LIBON MANITO ,635 POLANGUI ,985 CAMARINES NORTE MERCEDES CAMARINES SUR TINAMBAC CATANDUANES BATO CARAMORAN GIGMOTO SAN MIGUEL Page 1 of 1