NDRRMC Update: Situational Report No. 11 re Preparedness Measures and Effects of Typhoon "Quiel" (I.N. Nakri) and Tail-End of a Cold Front (TECF), 13 November 2019, 6:00 AM

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On 5 November 2019, a tropical depression a West Southwest of Iba, Zambales entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) and was named “QUIEL”, which later intensified into a Tropical Storm. The center of Tropical Storm "QUIEL" (I.N. NAKRI) was estimated at 455 km West Northwest of Coron, Palawan with maximum sustained winds of 73 km/h near the center and gustiness of up to 90 km/h. It remained almost stationary and enhanced a Tail-end of a Cold Front affecting Northern Luzon.

On 7 November 2019, “QUIEL" intensified into a Severe Tropical Storm (STS) while moving slowly eastward. On this day, the center of STS "QUIEL" was estimated at 360 km West Northwest of Coron, Palawan. It remained less likely to make a landfall in any part of the country.

On 9 November 2019, “QUIEL” intensified into a typhoon while moving westward.
On this date, Typhoon “QUIEL” was located at 145 km North of Pagasa Island, Palawan (outside PAR), but intensified the TECF that brought moderate with occasional heavy rains over Cagayan including Babuyan Islands, Isabela, Apayao, Ilocos Norte, and Aurora.


A. Incidents Monitored

05 November 2019

  • A landslide incident was reported in Sitio Calbario, Brgy. Pasaleng, Pagudpud,-locos Norte due to continuous rains caused by TD “QUIEL”. One lane is passable. DPWH | conducted clearing operations in the area. No casualty reported.

  • Another landslide incident was reported in Sitio Banquero, Brgy. Pancian, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte due to continuous rains caused by TD “QUIEL”. No casualty reported.

06 November 2019

  • At 3:00 AM, a fishing boat named Three Sister with 14 passengers has sunk in the vicinity of Maria Louise Bank (Recto Bank), Spratly Islands, Palawan due to TY “QUIEL”. Only 1 survivor was found and 13 were still missing. No update to date.

07 November 2019

  • At around 4:00 AM, a landslide incident occurred in Brgy. Magdalena, Claveria, Cagayan which resulted to one (1) dead.

  • Another landslide incident occurred in Brgy. Bacan, Tubungan, Iloilo due to heavy rains affecting one family / six individuals. The affected family was temporarily evacuated in the Barangay Hall.

  • At around 12:00 NN, a soil erosion incident transpired beside the river at Camp 7, Kennon Road, Baguio City. A total of two (2) persons were reported injured and brought to Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center for medical treatment. City Mobile Force Company, Police Trainees, BFP, EMS, and CDRRMC responded to the incident.

  • Another landslide incident occurred in Kabugao, Apayao due to continuous heavy rains. A total of two (2) persons were dead while one (1) was injured.

  • A motorbanca carrying twelve (12) passengers from Ansiray San Jose, Occidental Mindoro going to Labangan Illing Island, San Jose Occidental Mindoro capsized due to rough seas. All passengers have been rescued on same day.

  • At about 1:00 PM, 08 November 2019, a total of 15 small fishing boats were damaged due to irregular sea level rise in Barangay Kemdeng San Vicente,

  • At around 3:00 AM, a sea swell was experienced in Barangays l, Ill, Harrison, Tubili, and Marikit in Paluan, Occiental Mindoro which caused damage to bancas. This was also experienced in Lubang, Occidental Mindoro due to TY “QUIEL”.

Sources: OCDROs |, |], MIMAROPA, VI and CAR

B. Affected Population

  • A total of 28,247 families / 115,409 persons (previously reported: 25,454 families / 105,080 persons) were affected in 277 barangays (previously reported: 246 barangays) in Regions |, Il, and CAR, of which a total of 421 families / 1,529 persons (previously reported: 749 families / 2,908 persons) are taking temporary shelter in 16 evacuation centers (previously reported: 25 evacuation centers) while 308 families / 1,106 persons are served outside ECs (previously reported: 940 families / 1,959 persons).