Typhoon Pepeng: Situationer

Here’s a compilation of recent tweets and retweets regarding the current situation in Northern Luzon. Please note that these are copied as is. Let us know if there has been a misinformation and we’ll do our best to rectify them immediately. Newest posts appear at the top of the list. Please refer to the time indicated beside the update.

Message from the Team: To de-clutter this page, we created the Archive. There you will find past info that were not resolved. If you can’t find the city you’re looking for here, try the Archive.


  1. Advisories
  2. Travel
  3. Situation
  4. Regional Updates
  5. Numbers to Call


  • Pangasinan residents advised of possible flooding with San Roque Dam set to release water at noon [via @ANCALERTS] [10/15 9:47]
  • Dam release update and target areas: http://ping.fm/rtleV [via @mlq3] [10/13 17:54]
  • Lawyers who need help bec. of typhoons may contact IBP Legal Aid’s Radie Cariaga 6313013-4 or 6344697. We’re doing headcount. [via @voltaire] [10/13 8:54]


  • NDCC list of impassable roads as of Oct 20, 2009: Typhoon “Pepeng” may have left Philippine territory more than.. http://bit.ly/ioWk7 [via @gmanewstv] [10/20 10:35]
  • Travel Advisory: Night travel Mla-Baguio always faster by bus especially Victory De Luxe; by car I suggest day travel if unfamiliar w/ roads [via @baguio] [10/17 01:35]
  • Travel Advisory: Rosario-Sison bridge closed to even light vehicles, tricycles in line to “ferry” pedestrians across [via @baguio] [10/17 01:34]
  • Travel Advisory: We passed Marcos Highway, exited Rosario La Union, turned right to Damortis (about 4km more), then left toward San Fabian [via @baguio] [10/17 01:33]
  • Travel Advisory: Baguio to Manila by car, 5.5 hours Marcos Hiway-Damortis-SanFabian-Manaoag-Urdaneta-MacArthur-SCTEX-NLEX-Balintawak (1stop) [via @baguio] [10/17 01:28]
  • Pinagpaanan-Rizal-Pantabangan Rd. BrgyGanduz, Rizal, Nueva Ecija: Not passable to all type of vehicles due to high water frm Pantabangan Dam [via @NBN_Ch4] [10/16 10:15]


  1. Death Toll
    • Pepeng casualty list in Cordilleras: 302 dead, 148 injured, 32 missing – as of 10/15/2009 (CAR DSWD via Ces Lumasac) [via @tonyocruz] [10/17 01:57]
    • BREAKING NEWS: Death toll from Philippine storms rises to 712, says govt http://ping.fm/LLoUl [via @tonyocruz] [10/14 13:46]
    • Kayan casualties http://bit.ly/106Ooq [10/13 06:42]
    • Partial Unofficial List of Casualties from Puguis, La Trinidad and Ambassador, Tublay, Benguet http://ping.fm/BZLIW [via @LadyProgrammer] [10/11 20:24]
  2. Related News
    • Parma is now unquestionably the longest lived typhoon this year and possibly since typhoon Rubing in 1987. [via @bicolanodevil] [10/13 21:50]
    • [Nation] Arroyo creates reconstruction body http://bit.ly/MgCDU [via @ABSCBNNews] [10/13 13:31]
    • Escudero mulls lawsuit vs dam operators http://bit.ly/Ev5NI [via @ABSCBNNews] [10/13 11:02]
    • House approves P12-B calamity fund http://bit.ly/3sx3M9 [via @ABSCBNNews] [10/13 00:03]
    • UP scientists inventing flood warning systems: http://cli.gs/29G4s [via @prixramos] [10/12 23:23]
    • Napocor at operator ng San Roque dam,sasampahan ng mga kaso dahil sa pagpapakawala ng tubig na nagpalubog sa halos buong Pangasinan [via @balita_ngayon] [10/13 9:04]
  3. Affected Mountains. Partial list of mountains affected by Typhoons ‘Ondoy’ and ‘Pepeng’ http://www.pinoymountaineer.com/ [via @TreyBurger] [10/12 8:34]

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  1. Region I
  2. Region II
  3. Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR)
  4. Region III


  1. Ilocos Norte. Archive.
  2. Ilocos Sur. Archive.
  3. La Union. Archive.
    • There were 69, 417 families affected, 18,720 partially damage houses amd 47 reported deaths in La Union due to Typhoon Pepeng. Let’s help! [via @philredcross] [10/18 1:52].
  4. Pangasinan. Archive.
    • Villasis. For more info about Villasis, click here.

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  1. Batanes. Archive.
  2. Cagayan. Archive.
  3. Isabela. No updates.
  4. Nueva Vizcaya. No updates.
  5. Quirino. No updates.

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Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR)

  1. Abra. No updates.
  2. Apayao. Archive.
  3. Baguio. Archive.
  4. Benguet. Archive.
  5. Kalinga. No updates.
  6. Ifugao. No updates.
  7. Mt. Province. Archive.

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  1. Aurora. No updates.
  2. Bataan. No updates.
  3. Bulacan. Archive.
  4. Nueva Ecija. Archive.
  5. Pampanga. Archive.
  6. Tarlac. Archive.
  7. Zambales. No updates.

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Fellow Pinoys up north needs us! CONTACT INFORMATION:

  • Baguio updates: SMS Danny Durante at Globe 0915-7273457 and Smart 0921-7750726
  • Benguet Electric Cooperative Twitter Account: http://twitter.com/beneco1
  • Philippine Coast Guard: 527-6136
  • NDCC: 912-5668, 911-1406, 911-5061, 912-2665
  • NDCC-CAR: 0916-5070989
  • NDCC Opcen: 911-1406, 912-2665, 912-5668
  • NDCC Secretariat: 9120-441, 912-5947
  • Office of Administrator: 9122-424
  • PNRC Alaminos, Pangasinan: Telephone: (075) 551-6356 / Fax: (075 ) 654-0289 / Cellular Phone: 0917-5085039; 0918-262720

Updated as of 20 October 2009, 10:45 AM.

Pinagpaanan-Rizal-Pantabangan Rd. BrgyGanduz, Rizal, Nueva Ecija: Not passable to all type of vehicles due to high water frm Pantabangan Dam [via @NBN_Ch4] [10/16 10:15]


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