- A massive hole appeared in Brgy. San Roque, Malilipot, Albay after the typhoon
- It created a scary sight, considering that the depth of the hole is several stories from the ground
- It destroyed a large portion of the road, leaving motorists without an easy way to pass but they would have to veer off the road in order to cross
- Many netizens commented and advised them to leave before worse could happen
A massive hole appeared in Albay after the typhoons ravaged the country.
The hole created what seemed like a huge crater that runs several stories deep, covering a wide area.
The one who posted the photos, Liecher said that San Roque, Albay suffered a huge blow because of the typhoons.
"Mas grv dto.sa san Roque malilipot albay dahil sa sunod sunod na bagyo."
Many netizens commented that people must not live near the hole anymore as it poses a grave threat to their safety.
They also advised anybody at the area to evacuate while the hole has not reached the area where the houses are standing.
Brgy san roque malilipot albay.sa panan ng mt mayon yan po.
Meaning wag pakialaman ng tao ang gawa ng Diyos.
Umalis na po kayo dyan...Habang wala pa pong nangyayari na pag bagsak uli...Keep safe po kayo
singilan time n ngaun
Wawa nman kau jn dami bhay dpat umalis nlng kau jn
The wrath of Typhoon Ulysses was unexpected. Although Metro Manila and the rest of Luzon were already bracing themselves for what Ulysses could bring, its onslaught became a nightmare for everyone. The Mayor of Marikina was among those praised by netizens for his hands-on approach in the rescue efforts.
With the strength of the typhoon, it is very much likely that things that are inside the house could either be swept away or end up submerged in water. Many netizens shared the situation of their homes when the typhoon hit and virtually all of their appliances and furniture were damaged by the floodwaters. When the water subsided, the floodwaters left a lot of mud.
The devastation can be seen in various footage. Social media became a rescue hotline. One resident in QC sought the help of rescue teams after being stranded due to the typhoon.
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