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19 Dec 2014 description

A. Alert level status of Mayon Volcano has been lowered from alert level 3 to alert level 2 as of 19 December 2014, 8:00 AM

B. Since the last recorded seismic swarm on 29 November 2014, a general decline in the overall activity of Mayon Volcano has been observed, as indicated by the following monitored parameters:

19 Dec 2014 description

I. SITUATION OVERVIEW

"RUBY" exited the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on the evening of 10 December 2014.

II. AFFECTED POPULATION (Tab A)

• A total of 944,249 families / 4,149,484 persons were affected in Regions III, IV-A, IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, CARAGA and NCR

• A total of 18,938 families / 100,264 persons are currently being served inside and outside 327 evacuation centers

III. CASUALTIES (Tab B)

• Eighteen (18) deaths were reported in Regions IV-A, IV-B, VII, and VIII

18 Dec 2014 description

KALIBO, Aklan, December 17 (PIA6) -- Typhoon Ruby’s fury in Aklan wrought a total of P94,956,759.81 in damages, according to the final damage assessment report of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (PDRRMC) here.

The report, as released by PDRRMC Executive Officer Galo Ibardolaza, showed that damages in agriculture reached P15,910,754.81 while infrastructure damages reached P78,730,000.00.

On the other hand, public utilities damage reached P316,005.00 – as reported by Kalibo and Numancia, the only towns which submitted the figures to the PDRRMC.

18 Dec 2014 description

I. ALERT STATUS OF MAYON VOLCANO

A. Alert Level 3 is still in effect as of 8:00 AM, 18 December 2014. At this present stage, potentially eruptible magma has already been intruded and continues to be intruded beneath the edifice. At any given time in the following weeks to months, this magma can eventually be erupted quietly as lava flows or explosively as vertical eruption columns and pyroclastic flows or both. Mayon Volcano's seismic monitoring network detected two (2) volcanic earthquake during the past 24 hours.

17 Dec 2014 description

I. ALERT STATUS OF MAYON VOLCANO

A. Alert Level 3 is still in effect as of 8:00 AM, 17 December 2014. At this present stage, potentially eruptible magma has already been intruded and continues to be intruded beneath the edifice. At any given time in the following weeks to months, this magma can eventually be erupted quietly as lava flows or explosively as vertical eruption columns and pyroclastic flows or both. Mayon Volcano's seismic monitoring network detected one (1) volcanic earthquake during the past 24 hours.