Wednesday, 18 September, 2019

Typhoon Mangkhut: More Than 40 Bodies Found in Philippines Landslide – As #Mangkhut churned its way through mainland #China’s #Guangdong Province, one of the country’s most populous, it killed four people


Emergency workers in the Philippines recovered more than 40 bodies from the muddied wreckage of a gold miners’ bunkhouse after Typhoon Mangkhut set off a landslide, burying the remote northern town of Itogon in a river of debris, officials said on Monday.

Mangkhut, a super typhoon that slammed into the northern Philippine province of Luzon on Saturday, continued a path of destruction across southern China on Sunday and into Monday.

Read Source: Typhoon Mangkhut: More Than 40 Bodies Found in Philippines Landslide – The New York Times

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