What happened during typhoon sendong?

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In December 2011, Tropical Storm “Sendong” (international name: Washi) dumped an unprecedented amount of rain on the cities of Iligan and Cagayan de Oro in Mindanao, triggering massive floods and landslides… It caused catastrophic flooding in the city unaccustomed to torrential rains.

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What happened in Cagayan De Oro was really a tragedy. Typhoon Sendong was on it’s huge attack that merely struck the beautiful place of Cagayan and Iligan. It’s sad to know that many lives were lost and many families are very much affected. The weather condition nowadays is really hard to predict.

Sendong only had a wind speed reported at 101.389 kilometers per hour (55 knots or 63 mph), but the rainfall rate dropped with 50 mm/hr in 10 straight hours that weakened the soil which caused also the landslides and large tree trunks that hit structures and people.

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATE) - Tropical storm "Sendong" (international name Washi) is the world's deadliest storm this year, latest data shows. The storm, which struck Northern Mindanao, the Visayas, and Palawan over the weekend, has now killed at least 957 people, the country's disaster management chief said Tuesday morning.

Micronesia, Palau, Philippines. Part of the 2011 Pacific typhoon season. Severe Tropical Storm Washi, known in the Philippines as Tropical Storm Sendong, was a late-season tropical cyclone that caused catastrophic damage in the Philippines in late 2011. Washi made landfall over Mindanao, a major region in the Philippines, on December 16.

Philippine President Benigno Aquino ordered an investigation on Tuesday into flash floods and landslides that sent mud and logs crashing down on residents, killing about 1,000 people on a southern...

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Unfortunately, Typhoon Sendong has shown that nothing has really changed. The evidence points to a problem that goes beyond the lack of modern technology or budget. What happened last week was the Normalcy Bias in action over a massive scale (I wrote an article about this back in October ).

Thesis Statement: Typhoon Sendong destroyed many lives and brought destructions to Iligan City and Cagayan De Oro City. 1. Introduction 1. Typhoon is a Natural Phenomena 2. Importance of the Study 3. Natural Disaster 2. Factors That Caused The Flooding 1. Illegal Logging 2. Mining 3. Climate Change 4. Negligence of The Society 3. The Effects of the Typhoon 1.

To recall, deadly Typhoon Sendong struck this city the early morning of December 17, 2011, which sent over a thousand people here to their watery graves or reported missing, even as homes and other structures and even animals were carried away by surging floodwaters. In its aftermath, thousands too were rendered homeless.

Tropical Storm Sendong Thirteen-year-old Mary Cris Dalay cannot exactly remember the series of incidents that happened on the night of December 16, 2011. All she recalls is that it was dark and cold, and they were fighting for their lives as the raging waters of Cagayan River swept their house, with 6 people, out in the open sea.

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