Typhoon Vamco, known locally as Typhoon Ulysses, caused property damage and prompted evacuations and rescues on November 11, into November 12, before making its way back to the West Philippine Sea.
According to live updates from Rappler, several towns required water rescues from the Philippine Red Cross.
Reuters reported the storm had maximum sustained winds of 96 miles per hour, and gusts surpassing 150 mph, and made landfall three times Wednesday night in the Quezon province.
At least one person had died in the storm, and several missing, the report said.
This footage shows severe damage in Catanduanes, an island province in the southern part of Luzon in the Philippines. Credit: Philippine Red Cross via Storyful