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Thousands flee in Isabela, Cagayan ahead of Typhoon Ompong landfall

CAGAYAN, Philippines – Thousands of people fled their homes as Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut) barreled toward Northern Luzon. Isabela provincial disaster management chief Edmund Guzman said 2,528 individuals were already evacuated in the province as of Friday, September 14. Guzman said the evacuees are from the coastal towns of Maconacon, Palanan, Divilacan, and Dinapigue. These areas could be at risk of storm surges caused by Ompong. He added that residents in the landslide-prone towns of Jones and Benito Soli

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