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Quinta’s wrath

(Clockwise from top) A family waits helplessly in a waiting shed as their legs are submerged in floodwaters in Oriental Mindoro after Typhoon Quinta hit the island on Monday. Elsewhere, a resident of Brgy. Old Moriones in Ocampo, Camarines Sur tries to salvage his house flattened by the storm; Fishermen in Muntinlupa City try to raise their boats to land to keep them from being damaged in Manila Bay; Children pic up plastic bottles and other waste materials floating on top of waterlilies to bring and sell at a junkshop in Rosario, Cavite; Marikina City Mayor Marcy Teodoro surveys the height of flooding along the banks of the Marikina River; Rice stalks lay flat on a field in Albay province; A guard’s shed is stripped and blown onto the street in Occidental Mindoro; and heavy equipment try to clear a road in Cagayan province, one of 12 road sections still closed to traffic across Luzon. Erik de Castro for PonD News Asia, Norman Cruz, JR Josue, Bayan Patrollers via ABS-CBN/Twitter, and DPWH

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