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Cordillera Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council FOR THRU FROM : : : SND & CHAIRMAN, NDRRMC

Office of Civil Defense Cordillera Administrative Region



DATE : August 12, 2013, 2013 as of 7:30 AM Source: PAGASA-DOST, DPWH, and LDRRMCs. General Situation: The region is experiencing intermittent moderate to heavy rains with moderate to strong winds. Typhoon Labuyo is now traversing the areas of Ifugao and Mt province. All PDRRMCs and lower DRRMCs are monitoring the possible impact of Typhoon Labuyo in their respective jurisdiction. Gov Fongawan ordered the suspension of all small scale mining operations in Benguet Province. All are on RED ALERT status. All roads are open to traffic. Weather Condition Winds Moderate winds Moderate winds Moderate to strong winds Moderate to strong winds Road Condition

Province / City

Abra Light rainshowers Apayao Cloudy Baguio Light to Moderate rainshowers Benguet Moderate to Heavy rainshowers Ifugao Moderate to Heavy rainshowers Kalinga Cloudy Mt. Province Moderate rainshowers

All major roads are passable.

Suspension of classes: Automatic suspension of classes: Signal 3 NO including TERTIARY LEVEL

classes in ALL LEVELS

Status of Lifeline POWER o IFUGAO - has experience province-wide power interruption since 4AM today. o KALINGA - has experience province-wide power interruption since 6AM today. o BENGUET - some parts of the province have experienced power interruptions since 6:00 AM o BAGUIO CITY some parts of the city have experienced power interruptions since 6:30 AM COMMUNICATION o All are functioning

DAM LEVELS Dam Ambuclao Binga San Roque Critical Level 752 m asl 575 m asl 290 m asl Dam Level As of 6:00 AM today 746.26 571.31 240.59 Gates Opened None None None

ACTIONS TAKEN: CORDILLERA REGIONAL DRRM COUNCIL: Still on RED ALERT status Sent timely reminders and weather update via SMART Infoboard as of the weather situation in CAR and information as of the guidelines to the automatic suspension of classes. All members of the Cordillera Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council are on RED ALWERT status and monitoring the possible impacts of this weather disturbance in the AOR. Directly coordinated with provincial Governors to address necessary precautionary measures and updates All LDRRMCs are on red alert status Continuous coordination with CRDRRMC members, LDRRMCs, and partners for weather conditions, impending threats, and information dissemination; Coordinated with DPWH on the update of road conditions; Coordinated with PROCOR for possible augmentation of personnel; and Continuously coordinated and monitored incidents with the LDRRM Officers and Stakeholders within area of jurisdiction.