The Philippines is bracing for a typhoon heading for the north of the main island of Luzon, the same region badly damaged by a deadly storm just weeks earlier.
As of Monday, Typhoon Yutu was a category 3 storm set to hit the Philippines Tuesday morning with sustained winds of 106 miles per hour and gusts up to 130 miles per hour, Reuters reports.
Yutu, locally named Rosita, is the 18th typhoon to hit the Philippines this year. It destroyed crops worth more than 9.65 billion pesos (S$250 million).
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The Philippines raised tropical cyclone warnings levels for nine provinces and put a mountainous region on high alert for possible landslides on Monday ahead of a typhoon that threatened storm surges and floods triggered by heavy winds and rain. Thousands of people in some mountain, coastal and river areas moved to temporary shelters on Monday after warnings were issued for landslides and waves of up to 3 metres (9.8 feet).
Airlines cancelled at least a dozen flights between Manila and northern Luzon.
As stated by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration, Typhoon Yutu crashed into Isabela at around 4 a.m., with maximum nonstop winds of 150 kmph and gusts of up to 210 kmph.
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That was less intense than four days ago when, as a super typhoon with wind speeds of over 270kmh, it barrelled through the Marianas, a United States Western Pacific archipelago of 52,000 people, tearing off roofs, overturning vehicles, and cutting off power and water.
Mangkhut left more than 100 people dead and missing, mostly in Itogon and nearby mountain towns, and caused considerable damage to vegetable, corn and rice farms because it struck during the harvest season.
More than 10,000 villagers moved to emergency shelters in several northern provinces. Many provinces have even suspended school classes. It was the strongest to hit the islands in 50 years and killed a woman and wounded more than 130.
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The five-year-old girl died in a landslide in Lubuagan town in Kalinga province, local officials and police said.