Death toll rises in Philippines' Typhoon Nalgae
150 people died as a result of typhoon Nalgae in the Philippines. The search continues for 36 people.
While the number of people who lost their lives in the Nalgae Typhoon, which occurred last weekend in the Philippines, increased to 150, the search for 36 people who were stated to be missing continues.
While Typhoon Nalgae, which hit the southern parts of the Philippines last Friday, lost its effect completely, studies continue for the destruction caused by the disaster.
It was stated that the number of people who lost their lives due to the typhoon increased to 150. It was reported that 63 of the deaths were recorded from villages where flash floods and landslides occurred in the Bangsamoro region of Mindanao Island. While the number of injured was stated as 128, stated that the search efforts for 36 people who were missing were continuing.
It was reported that the typhoon affected 3.9 million people and damaged 499 roads and 120 bridges.