Filippine

Il passaggio distruttivo del tifone Vamco

Il terzo tifone si è abbattuto sul Paese lasciando dietro di sé morti e dispersi

A man walks on top of a roof of a submerged house as floods inundate villages due to Typhoon Vamco in Rizal province, Philippines on Thursday Nov. 12, 2020. The typhoon swelled rivers and flooded low-lying areas as it passed over the storm-battered northeast Philippines, where rescuers were deployed early Thursday to help people flee the rising waters. (AP Photo/Basilio Sepe)
In this photo provided by the Malacanang Presidential Photographers Division, houses are surrounded by floodwaters brought by Typhoon Vamco in Metro Manila, Philippines, Thursday Nov. 12, 2020. Typhoon Vamco swelled rivers and flooded low-lying areas as it passed over the storm-battered northeast Philippines, where rescuers were deployed early Thursday to help people flee the rising waters. (Ace Morandante/ Malacanang Presidential Photographers Division via AP)
A rescuer carries a woman out from a rubber boat during a mass evacuation as flood waters rise in Marikina River due to Typhoon Vamco in Providence village in Marikina City, east of Manila, Philippines, Thursday. Nov. 12, 2020. The typhoon swelled rivers and flooded low-lying areas as it passed over the storm-battered northeast Philippines, where rescuers were deployed early Thursday to help people flee the rising waters. (AP Photo/Basilio Sepe)
Residents retrieve belongings from their homes at the typhoon-damaged Kasiglahan village in Rodriguez, Rizal province, Philippines, Friday, Nov. 13, 2020. Thick mud and debris coated many villages around the Philippine capital Friday after Typhoon Vamco caused extensive flooding that sent residents fleeing to their roofs and killing dozens of people. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
In this photo provided by the Philippine Coast Guard, residents stay on the roof of their homes as they are surrounded by floods in Cagayan valley region, northern Philippines Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020. Thick mud and debris coated many villages around the Philippine capital Friday after Typhoon Vamco caused extensive flooding that sent residents fleeing to their roofs and killing dozens of people. (Philippine Coast Guard via AP)

Decine di morti nelle Filippine per il passaggio del tifone Vamco, con venti fino a 300 km/h e piogge torrenziali che si sono abbattute sull’arcipelago, una delle nazioni più colpite dagli uragani nella cintura ciclonica del Pacifico. «Vi assicuro che il governo non lascerà indietro nessuno», ha promesso il presidente Rodrigo Duterte in un discorso alla nazione. Ora Vamco sta per toccare le coste del Vietnam, la zona turistica del Paese, verso le 2 di questa notte (ora italiana), e le conseguenze potrebbero essere disastrose a causa delle mareggiate e dei venti che toccheranno i 240 km/h. (foto Ap)

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