IN PHOTOS: Flash flood hits Camiguin capital

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Heavy rains caused by a Low Pressure Area (LPA) has triggered heavy flooding in the capital of Mambajao in Camiguin province on Tuesday, January 12.

According to the state weather bureau at 3 PM Tuesday, the LPA was estimated at 160 km Southeast of General Santos City. Meanwhile, a tail-end of the Frontal System has affected the Visayas and a Northeast Monsoon affecting Luzon.

See the photos below posted by netizens.

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Image source: Homer Ayuban Mabale/Facebook
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Image source: Homer Ayuban Mabale/Facebook
Image source: Krenzz Sagac Perez/Facebook
Image source: Krenzz Sagac Perez/Facebook
Image source: Elyaps Mendoza/Facebook
Image source: Fea Ne/Facebook
Image source: Facebook
Image source: MJ Guibelondo/Facebook
Image source: MJ Guibelondo/Facebook
Image source: MJ Guibelondo/Facebook

In a PIA Camiguin report, the provincial government is currently serving 21 families with 95 family members, all from Sitio Tapon, Poblacion, and Mambajao. They evacuated at province’s Evacuation Center due to flash flood. The evacuees are given food packs, mats, blankets, and malong.