Sunday, September 27, 2009

Emergency Hotlines for Typhoon Ondoy

[Updated 09-27-09 0654hrs]

From NDCC, 42 are confirmed dead and 20 others are missing as the Typhoon Ondoy unleashed his fury over the island of Luzon Saturday. Close to 280,000 families were affected mostly coming from the provinces of Metro Manila, Rizal, Laguna, Batangas and Quezon. Rescue teams are being assembled to rescue people who are stranded on their rooftops.

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Most of Manila are flooded due to a heavy downpour this morning, the worst since the 1960's, lashed by Typhoon Ondoy (International codename Ketsana). Please pray as 42 are already feared dead or missing and more than 1,800 families from different areas in Metro Manila have been affected by this tragic event. A state of calamity has been declared to Metro Manila including 23 provinces.

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Here is a compilation of contact numbers from Hearty's Heaven.

* Red Cross

Please send full address of stranded friends/family to Senator Dick Gordon
Landline: 143

Mobile Phone Load Donations: The Red Cross Rescue & Relief Operations.
Send RED to 2899 (Globe) & 4483 (Smart)

* Metro Manila Development Authority

Landline: 136

* Coast Guard


* For Rubber Boat Requests: NCRPO


* ABS-CBN Typhoon Ondoy Hotline


* National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC)

Emergency Numbers:

Help Hotlines:

1 comment:

marvin said...

The tragic scenario typhoon "Ondoy" have caused is really devastating. Most of the people don't expect the floods to be that
high in their area. But what's the good thing right now is that there are lots of people across tne country and also all over the world that pledges to give money and relief goods to those affected families. I'm pretty sure that Gawad Kalinga is also taking its part in helping those calamity victims.