CDRRMC Advisory & Updates as of December 4

CdeO On ‘RED ALERT’ Status

(Forced Evacuation)

CDRRMC PUBLIC ADVISORY AS OF 6:47 A.M.- DECEMBER 04, 2012

Mayor Vicente Y. Emano has raised the RED ALERT code or Forced Evacuation. All residents along riverbanks, creeks, coastlines, including those living on mountain slopes must evacuate to higher and/or safer grounds.

While in yesterday’s Blue Alert status, city folks were advised to voluntarily evacuate, today’s Red Alert means every resident in all vulnerable areas of the city are forced to evacuate, whether they like it or not.

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Classes are still suspended until further notice.

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CDRRMC ADVISORY AS OF 8:02 A.M. – DECEMBER 04, 2012

No. of Evacuation Centers Established – 40
No. of families affected being attended – 5,721
No. of Individuals Affected/Attended – 22,030

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CDRRMC MEDIA ADVISORY AS OF 8:30 A.M. DECEMBER 04 , 2012

Schedule of Media Briefing at the CDRRMC Operation Center – City Tourism Hall

MORNING: 9:00 A.M.
11:00 A.M.

AFTERNOON: 3:00 P.M.
6:00 P.M.

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CDRRMC MEDIA UPDATE AS OF 10:00 A.M. DECEMBER 04 , 2012

No. of Evacuation Centers Established – 44
No. of Families being attended – 6,872
No. of Individuals being attended – 24,574

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2 thoughts on “CDRRMC Advisory & Updates as of December 4

  1. Is it true that Hon. Mayor Vicente Emano declares that there would be no class on December 4 – 7, 2012? Please reply.

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