Eleven Filipinos missing in a storm

Philippines.  Tropical storm "Falcon"At least 11 Filipinos were missing and nearly 50,000 were left homeless as a result of the passage to the east of the country's tropical storm "Falcon" (International Classification — "Meara"), reported Friday on the website of the newspaper Philippine Daily Inquirer.
Previously reported seven missing fishermen.
Passage of the third this month in the Philippines storm brings with it winds up to 85 kilometers per hour with gusts to 100 kilometers per hour, was marked by prolonged heavy rains that caused flooding and landslides in parts of the north and east of the archipelago's second largest planet. All of them have suffered at that time nearly 170,000 Filipinos. Flooded the capital Manila, a number of provinces canceled classes in schools.
According to news portal GMA News, four Philippine airlines were forced to cancel more than 50 domestic flights.
Administration Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services (PAGASA) on Friday canceled a previously announced "storm warning number one" for the six provinces in the north and north-east of the archipelago, but upheld it arranged for the same three groups of islands.
According to the latest forecast of PAGASA, "Falcon" will round the Philippines in the east and by Sunday morning will be near the Japanese island of Okinawa. However, so far its passage would lead to further rains throughout the Philippines.
Earlier this week, due to the element of the flood has caused the deaths of at least 14 people, 12 of whom were drowned as a result of river flooding on the southern island of Mindanao, where the disaster affected more than 700,000 residents.
Every year during the rainy season from June to December in the Philippine archipelago falls about 20 storms and typhoons. The sad record for the number of victims in the country holds a typhoon in 1991, which claimed the lives of six thousand inhabitants Philippine island of Leyte.

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