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Typhoon rammasun

  1. 1. FishingboatsbatteredbyheavywindsandrainbroughtbyTyphoonRammasun(locallynamedGlenda)asithit thetownofImus,CavitesouthwestofManila,onJuly 16, 2014.Philippine authoritiesevacuated almost150,000people fromtheirhomesandshutteredfinancialmarkets,governmentoffices,businessesand schoolson WednesdayastyphoonRammasungatheredstrengthandhitthecapital,Manila. (Reuters/ErikDeCastro)
  2. 2. Typhoon Rammasun, named after a thunder god, struck the Philippines yesterday, the strongest storm tohit the country this year, toppling trees andpower lines andcausing floods andblackouts. Philippine authorities evacuated almost150,000 people fromtheir homes andshuttered financial markets, government offices, businesses andschools. Residents andofficials havenow begun clearing debris, reconnecting power and rebuilding flattened houses. The typhoon, locally known as Glenda, killed at least 38 people, with another eight still missing, rescue officials said. Typhoon Rammasun, der nach einem Donnergott benannt ist, trafam 17.07.2014 auf die Philippinen. Erwarder stärkste Sturm, der das Landin diesem Jahrgetroffen hat. Esstürzen Bäume und Stromleitungen um und damit gingen Überschwemmungen undStromausfälle einher. Philippinische Behörden evakuierten fast 150.000 Menschen aus ihren Häusern ,Verkaufsläden, Banken, Behörden, Unternehmen undSchulen. Bewohner undBeamte haben nun begonnen den Schutt fortzuräumen, um anschließend den Wiederaufbau der Häuser zu beginnen. Der Taifun, lokal als Glenda bekannt, tötete mindestens 38 Menschen und weitere acht gelten noch alsvermisst gaben die Rettungskräfte an.
  3. 3. People takecover undera treeafterstrongwindsbroughtby TyphoonRammasunin metroManilaonJuly16, 2014.(Reuters/RomeoRanoco)
  4. 4. A fisherman'shousein themiddle ofafishpen,poundedbywaves,heavywinds andrainbroughtbyTyphoonRammasunasithitthecoastaltownofBacoor,Caviteon July16, 2014.(Reuters/ErikDeCastro)
  5. 5. A fishermansecureshis boatasTyphoonRammasunhitsthecoastaltownofImuson July16, 2014.(Reuters/ErikDeCastro)
  6. 6. ResidentscarrytheirbelongingsasTyphoonRammasunhitthetownofImuson July16, 2014.(Reuters/ErikDe Castro)
  7. 7. A fisherman'shouseleans heavilyinthewindsandrainbroughtbyTyphoonRammasuninthetownofBacoor,Cavite,onJuly 16, 2014.(Reuters/ErikDe Castro)
  8. 8. A motorcyclistfallsalonga mainroadafterstrongwindsbroughtbyTyphoonRammasunbatteredthecapital,metroManila,on July16,2014.(Reuters/Romeo Ranoco)
  9. 9. A fatherandhis sonevacuatetosafergroundsasTyphoonRammasunbatteredManila,Philippines,on July16, 2014.(AP Photo/BullitMarquez)
  10. 10. Vehicle traversea roadlitteredbydebrisfromfallentreesbroughtbystrongwindsasTyphoonRammasunhitParanaque,MetroManila,on July16, 2014.(Reuters/ErikDeCastro)
  11. 11. SquatterhomespartiallydestroyedbystrongwindsbroughtbyTyphoonRammasuninthetownofBacoor,on July16, 2014.(Reuters/ErikDe Castro)
  12. 12. TyphoonvictimsstandoutsidetheirhomesdamagedbyTyphoonRammasunin avillageof seagypsies,alsoknownasBadjaos,inBatangascity,southofManila,on July17,2014. (Reuters/ErikDeCastro)
  13. 13. A firevolunteerrescueswomenandchildrenat theonslaughtoftyphoonRammasuninManilaon July 16, 2014inManila,Philippines.(AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)
  14. 14. Residentsgatherrecyclable materialsamidstdebrisbroughtbyTyphoonRammasun,alongtheseashoreofthecoastaltownofBasecocompound,metroManila,onJuly17, 2014.(Reuters/RomeoRanoco)
  15. 15. People workarounddamagedhousesalongthecoastalareaafterstrongwinds broughtbyTyphoonRammasunin metroManilaon July17, 2014.(Reuters/RomeoRanoco)
  16. 16. A deliverytrucknegotiatesfloodedroadsasTyphoonRammasunhit suburbanNavotas,northofManila,on July16, 2014.(AP Photo/AaronFavila)
  17. 17. Aresidentcarriesa tankofgasashe negotiatesa floodedareawhileTyphoonRammasunnearedsuburbanQuezoncity,Philippineson July16,2014.(AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
  18. 18. AFilipinoresidenttakespicturesusinghersmartphoneoutsidea floodedvillageasTyphoonRammasunstrucksuburbanQuezoncityonJuly16,2014.(AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
  19. 19. Residentsdrytheirclothesamongstfallenbananatrees,inTanuantown,BatangasCity,southwestofManila,on July17,2014,adayafterTyphoonRammasunbarreled throughManilaandnearbyprovinces.(TedAljibe/AFP/GettyImages)
  20. 20. A workerclearsdebrison abridgedestroyedduringtheonslaughtofTyphoonRammasunin BatangascityonJuly17, 2014.(Reuters/ErikDe Castro)
  21. 21. A hugetreecrushedacarduringTyphoonRammasunin Makaticityin Manilaon July16, 2014.(Reuters/MarkDeMayo)
  22. 22. Residentscarryplasticcontainersofpotablewaterastheywadethroughdebrisandmud broughtbyTyphoonRammasunina coastalvillageofseagypsies,alsoknownasBadjaos,in Batangascityon July17, 2014.(Reuters/ErikDe Castro)
  23. 23. People walkamongdebrisand aboatdestroyedbystrongwindsbroughtbyTyphoonRammasunin metroManilaon July16, 2014.(Reuters/RomeoRanoco)
  24. 24. A FilipinoboytriestosweepfloatingdebrisfromtheirfloodedhomeafterTyphoonRammasunbatteredsuburbanQuezoncityonJuly16, 2014.(APPhoto/Aaron Favila)
  25. 25. Filipino childrenplaywithabathtubalongfloodedroadsasTyphoonRammasunhitssuburbanNavotas,Philippineson July16, 2014.(AP Photo/AaronFavila)
  26. 26. Filipinosshelterunder umbrellasduringadownpouradayafterstrongwinds fromTyphoonRammasundownedpowerlines insuburbanQuezoncityonJuly17, 2014.Partsofthecapitalandsomeprovincesremainwithoutpower,officialssaidThursday.(AP Photo/AaronFavila)
  27. 27. Filipino vendorsarrangefruitsastheyusecandles toilluminatethemadayafterstrongwindsfromTyphoonRammasundamagedpowerfacilitiesinQuezoncityon July17, 2014.Partsofthecapital andsomeprovincesremainwithoutpowerafterTyphoonRammasunbarreledthroughnorthernPhilippinesleavingdozensofpeopledeadandforcingmorethanhalfa millionpeopletofleeits lethalwindandrains,officialssaidThursday.(APPhoto/AaronFavila)
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