Death toll from Typhoon Molave in Philippines climbs to 16


Flood-affected residents sit underneath a shed after Typhoon Molave hit the town of Pola, Oriental Mindoro province, on Oct 26, 2020. - AFP

MANILA (Xinhua): The death toll from Typhoon Molave in the Philippines has risen to 16, the government disaster agency said on Thursday (Oct 29).

The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said in a report that 22 people were also injured and four were still missing after the typhoon lashed the Philippines from Sunday to Tuesday, displacing over 242,000 people in over 1,000 villages in the main island of Luzon and the central Philippines, and flooding villages before blowing out of the archipelago.

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