Typhoon Pepeng: Rescue Updates

Here’s a compilation of recent tweets and retweets regarding rescue updates. Please note that these are copied as is. Let us know if there has been a misinformation and we’ll do our best to rectify them immediately.

as of 20 October 2009

  • Food finally arrive in isolated islands off Cagayan: http://bit.ly/1am1cd [via @gmanews7] [10/20 17:49]

as of 15 October 2009

  • “Doctors’ on Boat,” magbabahay-bahay sa Pangasinan (mula sa DZMM) [via @balita_ngayon] [10/15 14:26]

as of 14 October 2009

  • U.S. military relief operations in Philippines wrapped up Oct. 13. Marines & Sailors turning to training exercise.[via @PacificCommand] [10/14 11:35]

as of 13 October 2009

  • PAF choppers to bring supplies to isolated areas http://url4.eu/chtt [via @inquirerdotnet] [10/13 21:41]
  • Mindanao ships 75 tons of bananas to Luzon for typhoon victims http://ff.im/-9JlEE [via @rukku] [10/13 20:04]
  • MANILA — The PNP has rescued 464,091 persons affected by typhoons Ondoy and Pepeng [via @sunstaronline] [10/13 12:14]
  • cabinet mtg live: 2 helicopters, 4 rubber boats, 1 speed boat deployed in pangasinan. YAN LANG?!?! [via @mindanaoan] [10/13 11:49]

as of 12 October 2009

  • More basic medical services provided by Sailors & Marines in Philippines Oct. 12. 1,600+ received care in Calasiao area.[via @PacificCommand] [10/13 11:00]
  • Retrieval operations in Benguet landslide continue http://bit.ly/66S82 [via @ABSCBNNews] [10/12 22:34]
  • In Philippines, Marines convoyed 33 tons of relief supplies by road to Lingayen Oct. 11; Marine helicopters moved 8 tons to Baguio. [via @PacificCommand] [10/12 10:22]

as of 11 October 2009

  • Two choppers with relief goods on their way to Abatan, Buguias Benguet from Loacan Airport. [via Danny Durante, @mlq3] [10/11 11:31]
  • Relief and rescue efforts in Baguio are concentrated now in La Trinidad, Benguet where landslides have killed over 150 people thus far [via @a2zph] [10/11 14:32]
  • Retrieval operations ongoing at Puguis, La Trinidad, Benguet [via Audrey Beltran, @tonyocruz] [10/11 16:06]

as of 10 October 2009

  • The US Boat has Arrived at Lingayen Gulf with 500 crews, a helicopter and an amphibious vehicle. [10/09 22:36]
  • 505th SAR Squadron, PAF, Philippine Navy, Philipine Army and PNP conducted rescue operations in Pagudpud, Bacarra and Badoc [via @NBN_Ch4] [10/11 01:29]
  • DPWH & PDCC Ilocos Norte conducted clearing operations in Bangui, Pagudpud, Laoag City, Badoc, Paoay, San Nicolas and Batac [via @NBN_Ch4] [10/11 01:29]
  • Marines moved more than 5,000 emergency food packs north from Manila to Tarlac province Oct. 10, for flooding victims in that area. [via @PacificCommand] [10/11 02:48]

as of 9 October 2009

  • Gordon : SBMA team now operating in Tarlac. 6 Red Cross rubber boats, 4 US Marine trucks, 2 M35 vehicles, 2 Marines Amphibians on its way. 10 more Red Cross rubberboats about to leave for Pangasinan, La Union and Nueva Ecija. Total of 27 rubberboats frm Red Cross moving. [via @juliusbabao]

Fellow Pinoys up north needs us! THE NUMBERS TO CALL:

  • Baguio updates: SMS Danny Durante at Globe 0915-7273457 and Smart 0921-7750726
  • Philippine Coast Guard: 527-6136
  • NDCC: 912-5668, 911-1406, 911-5061, 912-2665
  • NDCC-CAR: 0916-5070989
  • NDCC Opcen: 911-1406, 912-2665, 912-5668
  • NDCC Secretariat: 9120-441, 912-5947
  • Office of Administrator: 9122-424
  • PNRC Alaminos, Pangasinan: Telephone: (075) 551-6356 / Fax: (075 ) 654-0289 / Cellular Phone: 0917-5085039; 0918-262720

Updates as of 20 October 2009, 7:26 PM.

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