Evacuation now underway as Marikina River water continues to rise

As of 9am, a total of 3,030 families or 13,006 individuals are now in evacuation centers, the NDRRMC says

7/24/2021 5:03:00 AM

As of 9am, a total of 3,030 families or 13,006 individuals are now in evacuation centers, the NDRRMC says

Local authorities have started evacuating families in areas near the Marikina River as its water level breached 16 meters on Saturday.

As of 9 a.m., a total of 3,030 families or 13,006 individuals are now in evacuation centers, the NDRRMC said.Based on its Facebook post, the city government said the river's water level rose to 16.4 meters above sea level, as of 9 a.m.While Typhoon Fabian already left Philippine territory on Saturday morning, the weather disturbance is still enhancing the Southwest Monsoon causing scattered to widespread rains over the Ilocos Region, Cordillera Administrative Region, Metro Manila, most of Central Luzon, Calabarzon, and Mimaropa, and portions of Western Visayas in the next 24 hours, the state weather bureau said in its 5 a.m. bulletin.

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Marikina River reaches second alarm on July 24BREAKING: The Marikina River's water level rises to 16 meters at 1:40 am on Saturday, July 24, amid heavy rain. Second alarm up. Here in our barangay, people are gathering near the river and staying alert for the possible flooding if rain didn't stop. If in case anyone wants help

Marikina River reaches second alarm on July 24BREAKING: The Marikina River's water level rises to 16 meters at 1:40 am on Saturday, July 24, amid heavy rain. Second alarm up. Here in our barangay, people are gathering near the river and staying alert for the possible flooding if rain didn't stop. If in case anyone wants help

2nd alarm raised as Marikina River water level breaches 16 metersMANILA – Second alarm level was raised in Marikina City early Saturday morning after the water level in the city's river rose due to heavy rains.

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