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Philippines : Typhoon : 2009/10/30

GLIDE:  TC-2009-000230-PHL

Duration 2009/10/30
Country or District Philippines
Name Typhoon
Outline The fourth storm, Typhoon Mirinae, in a month to hit the Philippines has lashed the eastern coastal province of Quezon, bringing heavy rain and winds to the region. At least seven people have been killed and several others are missing.
Summary
Human Impact Physical Impact Others
Government of the Philippines 2009/11/18
Dead: 34
Missing: 5
Injured: 20
Affected: 802,155
Totally damaged houses: 9,868
Partially damaged houses: 57,843
Government of the Philippines 2009/11/08
Dead: 32
Missing: 6
Injured: 24
Affected: 657,751
Totally damaged houses: 8,937
Partially damaged houses: 37,529
Government of the Philippines 2009/11/05
Dead: 26
Missing: 6
Injured: 12
Affected: 462,149
Totally damaged houses: 6,655
Partially damaged houses: 25,492
Government of the Philippines 2009/11/03
Dead: 19
Missing: 3
Injured: 6
Affected: 303,440
Totally damaged houses: 3,129
Partially damaged houses: 24,530

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Report/Articles

Government of the Philippines 2009/11/18
Situation Report No. 17

Government of the Philippines 2009/11/08
Situation Report No. 16

Government of the Philippines 2009/11/05
Situation Report No. 13

Government of the Philippines 2009/11/03
Situation Report No. 11

VOA news 2009/10/31
A powerful typhoon smashed through the Philippines early Saturday, killing at least 11 people and bringing new floods to areas still recovering from two earlier storms.

BBC News 2009/10/31
Fresh storm batters Philippines

Geographycal Data Information

Government of the Philippines, OCHA 2009/11/04
Affected Population (as of 4 November 2009)

OCHA ReliefWeb 2009/11/02
Typhoon Mirinae (as of 02 November 2009)

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Digital Typhoon Information
Digital Typhoon: Typhoon 200921 (MIRINAE) - General Information (Pressure and Track Charts)