Death toll rises as the Philippines cleans up after Tropical Storm Agaton brought record heavy April Rainfall

As of April 14, 2022 of 8AM, NDRRMC has reported 76 deaths due to TS Agaton/ #Megi.

Most of the deaths being reported right now are from Eastern Visayas due to landslides.

These numbers are expected to increase further as the day goes by.


Nakapagtala ng 76 na patay (as of April 14, 2022 ng 8AM) ang NDRRMC dahil sa bagyong Agaton.

Karamihan ng namatay ay sa Silangang Visayas kung saan maraming naitalang pag guho ng lupa.

Ang mga numero na ito ay inaasahang tataas pa habang lumilipas ang mga araw.

Here is a image of a landslides blocking major roads in 3rd District Engineering Office in the province of Leyte.

Landslides, are not just prone to damaging communities, but can also block major routes which will hinder the relief operation.

Above is a report of verified #Landslide incidents in different parts of Visayas and Mindanao. For almost a week, rain has fallen in Central and Southern Philippines due to Agaton/ #Megi.

There are high concentration of landslide reports in Leyte and Southern Leyte with more info to come.

This is as of April 12, 2022 (from NDRRMC Report)


Narito ang mga beripikadong ulat tungkol sa #Pagguho ng lupa sa ibat ibang parte ng #Visayas at #Mindanao. Halos isang linggo rin inulan ang gitnang bahagi at babang bahagi ng Pilipinas dahil kay Agaton.

Maraming report ng pag guho ng lupa na naitala sa probinsya ng Leyte and Southern Leyte. Ito ay inaasahang dadagdag pa habang pumapasok ang ibang mgai mpormasyon sa ibang lugar.

Ang mga impormasyon dito ay kuha sa NDRRMC Report (ika 12 ng Abril, 2022)

Here is a quick graphic showing the timeline of #PAGASA issuing heavy #rainfall#warning in Central and Eastern #Visayas.

#Agaton/ #Megi has moved very slow in the coasts of Visayas and even stayed stationary for days dumping lots of rain in different provinces.

Here are some quick stats on what happened so people can grasp the situation out there in the provinces.

1. PAGASA has issued Heavy Rainfall Warning that started on April 5 and ended on April 13. This was when Agaton was still a LPA until it dissipated.

2. The longest consecutive Red Rainfall Warning was issued for #SouthernLeyte which lasted for more than a day.

3. The longest Heavy Rainfall Warning was issued for Southern portion of #EasternSamar which lasted for more than 5 days.

4. The province of #Leyte was under red Rainfall Warning for about 39 hours in a span of 3 days.

All information were obtained through backtracking PAGASA’s Rainfall Warning Bulletins

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