Long Lines of Cargo Trucks Seen in the Philippines After Deadly Tropical Storm Nalgae

Long lines of cargo trucks were seen waiting in the Philippines after Tropical Storm Nalgae hit the country on Saturday, October 29, leaving at least 45 people dead.

The storm hit areas near Manila on Saturday, bringing heavy rainfall and powerful winds, according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA-DOST).

The Philippine Coast Guard shared photographs of transportation around Matnog Port in Sorsogon, slowly returning to normal after the storm on their Twitter account. They also shared the footage of long lines of cargo trucks still waiting on their way to the port.

PAGASA-DOST indicated the storm would move northwest toward the southeastern coast of China. Credit: Philippine Coast Guard via Storyful

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