Manila: Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut) collapsed with the Philippines coast, resulting in a total of 28 deaths in north Philippine province..Due to the strongest storm of the year, the number of deaths has reached 28 in different incidents.
Meteorological Department says the storm speed is 250 km /h Generally suspended life with a severe blow over extremely intense windmills, where land sliding events also took place.
Due to storm, many villages and cities were deprived of electricity supply, Due to which more than 40 million people were affected, the roofs of the houses were eradicated when the water was gatherd in the plain areas.
Rescue agencies have been alerted while Emergency was implemented in all the hospitals of the city, So far more than 100 people have been brought to the hospital while there is an increase in the deaths.
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On the other hand, Mankkot storm will reach Hong Kong tomorrow due to which, security arrangements continue to be dealt with in recent areas of rain and stormy hills in Hong Kong. Five years ago, Storm Typoon, who arrived in the Philippines, had deaths more than 6,000 people.