AFP: Situation updates for Zambales, Bulacan, La Union, Tarlac on July 16 (2:00 p.m.)

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from Government of the Philippines
Published on 16 Jul 2014 View Original

From the Armed Forces of the Philippines

The Armed Forces of the Philippines has released the following situation updates for Zambales, Bulacan, La Union, and Tarlac (as of 2:00 p.m.) as a result of typhoon Glenda.

Zambales (as of 2:30 p.m.)

Casualty:

1 casualty

Evacuation areas:

Subic – 10 families / 40 persons at Wawandue Covered Courts

Cabangan – 12 families / 50 persons at Dolores Courts

Masinloc – 107 families / 144 persons at Baloganon Elementary School

San Antonio – 3 families / 10 persons at Antipolo Barangay Hall

Total affected barangays: 15

Total affected families: 354

Total affected persons: 1078

Bulacan

Situation has subsided, troops of 18SFC shifting efforts to Pampanga.

Evacuated the following to evacuation centers in the schools and chapels of their respective areas:

Salambao, Obando – 48 families, 227 individuals

Calero, Obando – 20 families, 60 individuals

Atlag, Malolos – 13 families, 46 individuals

Taliptip, Malolos – 80 families, 400 individuals

Pampanga

18SFC and DRRO trained with Cafgu with local PNP conducting mass evacuation in Masantol Town proper, barangay Sapang Kawayan, Macabebe.

Water is rising, people are being transferred to higher grounds.

Winds have subsided, but several trees have fallen, particularly in Florida blanca.

No electricity in some parts.

La Union

Cloudy skies, scattered rains, DRTUs on standby if needed.

Tarlac

Occasional rains, electricity cut off twice but returned at 2:00 p.m.

Bataan (as of 2:30 p.m.)

Evacuation areas:

Dinalupihan – 101 families / 514 persons at Dinalupihan Center

Morong – 180 families / 600 persons

Limay – 40 families / 146 persons

Balanga – 188 families / 744 persons

Abucay – 1750 families / 8500 persons

Samal – 390 families / 1950 persons

Hermosa – 2 families / 8 persons

Mariveles – 3 families / 8 persons

Total affected barangays: 17

Total affected families: 2634

Total affected persons: 11,956