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Death toll from Philippine typhoons rises to 101

10-11-2011 16:43 BJT

A boy mops ther classroom floor after their school was
flooded in Bulacan province, north of Manila, the Philippines,
Oct. 11, 2011. The death toll from the two strong typhoons
that cut across the north of the Philippines' main island and
left behind widespread flooding has risen to 101, the national
disaster agency said on Sunday. Typhoon Nesat hit the
Philippines on Sept. 27 and was followed on Oct. 1 by Typhoon
Nalgae. Both crossed agricultural provinces of northern Luzon,
with crop damage estimated at about 12 billion pesos
($275 million). (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali)

An employee cleans school chairs after their school was flooded in Bulacan province, north
of Manila, the Philippines, Oct. 11, 2011. The death toll from the two strong typhoons that
cut across the north of the Philippines' main island and left behind widespread flooding
has risen to 101, the national disaster agency said on Sunday. Typhoon Nesat hit the
Philippines on Sept. 27 and was followed on Oct. 1 by Typhoon Nalgae. Both crossed
agricultural provinces of northern Luzon, with crop damage estimated at about 12 billion
pesos ($275 million). (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali)

Boys clean teaching materials after their school was flooded in Bulacan province, north of
Manila, the Philippines, Oct. 11, 2011. The death toll from the two strong typhoons that
cut across the north of the Philippines' main island and left behind widespread flooding
has risen to 101, the national disaster agency said on Sunday. Typhoon Nesat hit the
Philippines on Sept. 27 and was followed on Oct. 1 by Typhoon Nalgae. Both crossed
agricultural provinces of northern Luzon, with crop damage estimated at about 12 billion
pesos ($275 million). (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali)

Residents queue for relief goods after their shanties were submerged by floodwaters brought
by Typhoon Nesat and Nelgae last two weeks in Bulacan province, north of Manila, the
Philippines, Oct. 11, 2011. The death toll from the two strong typhoons that cut across the
north of the Philippines' main island and left behind widespread flooding has risen to 101,
the national disaster agency said on Sunday. Typhoon Nesat hit the Philippines on Sept. 27
and was followed on Oct. 1 by Typhoon Nalgae. Both crossed agricultural provinces of
northern Luzon, with crop damage estimated at about 12 billion pesos ($275 million).
(Xinhua/Rouelle Umali)

A boy rests on the head of his father as he and other residents queue for relief goods
after their shanties were submerged by floodwaters brought by Typhoon Nesat and Nelgae last
two weeks in Bulacan province, north of Manila, the Philippines, Oct. 11, 2011. The death
toll from the two strong typhoons that cut across the north of the Philippines' main island
and left behind widespread flooding has risen to 101, the national disaster agency said on
Sunday. Typhoon Nesat hit the Philippines on Sept. 27 and was followed on Oct. 1 by Typhoon
Nalgae. Both crossed agricultural provinces of northern Luzon, with crop damage estimated
at about 12 billion pesos ($275 million). (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali)

Editor:Wang Xiaomei |Source: Xinhua

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