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Laguna province under a state of calamity
Laguna province has been placed under a state of calamity
In Santa Rosa City (Municipality of Biñan) 15 out of 18 barangays are swamped by floods. Evacuation is ongoing.
The towns of San Vicente, Poblacion, Aplaya, San Jose, and Santo Domingo were severely inundated.
8 San Pedro towns have been submerged by the floods, especially those near the Laguna Lake shoreline. Rescuers cannot go on with the evacuation operations because they are trapped by the waters.
Please listen to your local radio station, watch national TV programs and keep in contact with your local authorities.
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