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Philippines (the):Typhoon:2003/07/22

Duration2003/07/22 On 22 July 2003 Typhoon Imbudo which was centered about 360 kilometers (225 miles) southeast of Aparri town in Cagayan province, hit the Philippines with peak sustained winds of nearly 200 kilometers (nearly 120 miles) an hour, rescuers and radio reports said. Typhoon Imbudo has reportedly killed 21 people in the Philippines this week. The
Country or DistrictPhilippines (the)

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Personal Injury Material Damage Others
OCHA Situation Report No.1 2003/07/24
Dead: 21 poelple
(10 people dead in the northern and central Philippines and 11 people dead in the southern island of Mindanao.)

In damage to infrastructure: 258.93 million pesos
(US$4.9 million)

In damage to crops: 1.09 billion pesos
(US$20.5 million)
In damage to livestock: 51.5 million pesos

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