PHILIPPINES – Typhoon Nesat September
2011 <ul><li>MANILA, Philippines (AP) -- Typhoon Nesat, packing winds of up to 100 mph, made landfall before dawn Tuesday in northeastern Luzon, the Philippines’ largest island, leaving a trail of flooding and devastation in its wake. The violent storm later lost strength and moved out to sea, heading toward southern China. </li></ul><ul><li>Forecasters sounded alarms over a new storm headed for the Philippines Wednesday, even as workers repaired seawalls demolished by a typhoon that killed at least 43 people, 35 people missing and left scores stranded in swamped communities. </li></ul><ul><li>Residents wade through chest-deep floodwaters after massive flooding north of Manila. The heavy rains from typhoon Nesat that battered the northeastern Philippines earlier this week filled up dams and prompted officials to release water overnight </li></ul>(Click to exit page)
September 27, 2011 - Exodus
in Brgy Tanyong, Malabon. Residents brave waist-deep water to reach evacuation sites as Typhoon Pedring struck Luzon.
Rescuers retrieve the body of
one of the four victims when a concrete wall collapsed due to Typhoon Nesat in suburban Valenzuela City, northern Manila, Philippines, Sept. 27, 2011.
September 27, 2011l - Rescuers
help evacuate a man carrying a dead newborn as floodwaters begin to rise around the house where the wake is being held in San Mateo town in Rizal province, east of Manila.
A man hangs on to
what remains of a house that was built on stilts as he tries to recover belongings after Typhoon Nesat wiped out most of his neighbors' homes along a coastal village in Navotas, north of Manila, Philippines on Wednesday Sept. 28, 2011
October 1, 2011 - North
Luzon Expressway (NLEx) appears like a bridge from this aerial view as floodwater covers large tracts of land around the freeway.
October 1, 2011 - Calumpit,
Philippines — Calumpit township residents wade through floodwater as they evacuate to safer ground after massive flooding. Heavy rains from typhoon Nesat that battered the northeastern Philippines early this week filled up dams, prompting officials to release water overnight.
October 2, 2011 - Philippine
Marines drive through floodwaters to help in rescue efforts as flooding continues for the fourth day Sunday in Calumpit, Bulacan.