Posted by: Michael Ritter PhD | December 1, 2006

Supertyphoon Leaves at Least 388 Dead in Philippines

From the site: “Dec. 1 (Bloomberg) — Supertyphoon Durian, which slammed into the Philippines yesterday, packing winds of 249 kilometers (155 miles) an hour, left at least 388 people dead in Albay province in Luzon, said an official who called for outside help.”

Read article at Bloomberg
TPE Link – Hurricanes

Addenda – Luzon is home to Mt Mayon, and active volcano. The typhoon generated mudslides on the slope of the volcano.


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