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27 Jul 2003 description

MANILA, Philippines - On July 2, 2003, Isabela Province of Luzon Island in the Philippines suffered its worst typhoon in ten years. From 6 a.m. to 5:50 p.m., Imbudo, a Category Four typhoon, battered the region with winds of over 200 km/h. Although the rainfall was not heavy, the winds were strong enough to uproot trees that were decades old. Many electric poles collapsed, causing a blackout that covered the entire province. The government estimated it would take one month to restore electricity to its residents.

26 Jul 2003 description

Beijing (dpa) - The death toll has risen to at least 20 after Typhoon Imbudo swept through southern China and destroyed thousands of homes this week, state media said on Saturday.

At least 12 people died in the Guangxi region, following at least eight deaths on Thursday and Friday in neighbouring Guangdong province, the official Xinhua news agency said.

The seventh typhoon to hit southern China this year affected some 7.4 million people, the agency said.

The cost of the damage caused by the typhoon is estimated to be about 1 billion yuan (120 million dollars) in Guangdong, where …

25 Jul 2003 description
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One of the most powerful typhoons in years ripped into southern China Thursday (July 24) after claiming 21 lives in the Philippines and injuring hundreds across its path.

24 Jul 2003 description

Ref: OCHA/GVA - 2003/0112
OCHA Situation Report No. 1
Philippines - Typhoon Imbudo

24 Jul 2003 description
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