Lucina City Typ With severe storm “Roli” (international name “Goni”) approaching, authorities in Kuzan have placed the entire province on red alert.
In a phone interview, Melchor Avenilla Jr., chairman of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PDRRMC), said, “Governor Danilo Suarez has ordered the entire state to be evacuated at 8 a.m.” Has already been placed in the Red Alert before Friday. .
The red alert has been raised in anticipation of an emergency that will require an immediate response. Under Red Alert status, operations and surveillance teams must be on duty 24/7 to respond to emergencies and possible deployment of assets and resources in the event of a worsening weather situation.
Avenilla said that all the local government officials in the zone have already set up evacuation centers to kill Roly in the province.
“We are keeping a close eye on Rauli’s path,” said Avinila.
Avenilla said he also briefed Sangguang Panlawigan on Friday morning on the extent of the PDRRMC’s storm path as well as preparations to protect residents and reduce the damage from the approaching storm.
The recent typhoon “Quinta” (international name Moulav) has damaged about P488 million crops and infrastructure in the state.
The Philippine Coast Guard has also stopped issuing passenger permits to ships since Friday morning to leave the port for the Pacific Islands’ Polilo group.
According to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration, tropical cyclone winds 3 and 4 are likely to increase in some parts of the country in the coming days as the eruption is forecast to intensify.
Two days later, the west side of Raleigh will be set up and weather people expect the storm to be between the province of Ur Rora in central Luzon and the northern part of the on zone.
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