Death Toll Rises in Philippines as Tropical Storm Nalgae Approaches

At least 67 people were killed in flooding and landslides across the southern Philippines on Friday, October 28, as the country awaits the landfall of Tropical Storm Nalgae, local officials reported.

Authorities warned of torrential rains and severe winds on October 28 as the tropical storm moved closer to the Philippines.

Sped-up footage from Catbalogan City in Samar province shows motorists navigating flooded streets in the region.

Local officials issued an executive order imposing forced evacuation in areas of the city at risk of “serious flooding and landslides.” Credit: Dawn Mitz via Storyful

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