- A video was shared on social media which showed the situation inside a mall during the onslaught of the typhoon
- Debris was flying around due to the strength of the typhoon, which brings strong winds and would hit anything or anyone in its path
- Everything was in disarray considering that Rolly has really strong winds and rain
- The same scenario was found in other hard-hit areas, with photos and videos of waters covering almost the whole house leaving only the roof
A video of the onslaught of typhoon Rolly inside a mall in Albay has gone viral.
The video showed the devastation that the storm has made inside a mall.
Debris, big ones at that, were flying all around and it was a scary scene.
Those who took the video were trying to shade themselves at the side and would simply reach out their hands to take the video.
The storm seems to bring in debris from the outside, but there are also instances when already existing debris inside the mall are being blown by the strong winds.
Truly, coming face to face with a typhoon is not something that you would wish to experience.
Typhoon Rolly was already categorized as a super typhoon. This was the announcement of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA). After its fourth landfall in Batangas, it is now in the West Philippine Sea.
Typhoon Rolly was deemed as the strongest typhoon in 2020. Previously, what was deemed as the strongest typhoon that hit the country was Typhoon Yolanda. It had a wind strength of 215 kph and had a gustiness of 250 kph.
Typhoon Rolly has caused huge damage to the Philippines. Nevertheless, donations poured in for those who were affected. Some of the most affected areas include Catanduanes, Eastern portion of Camarines Sur, and Albay.
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