As of September 27, 10:00AM, reports from DILG-CAR showed at least 111 people died, 22 missing, and 82 injured due to widespread landslides, and damages to houses and evacuation centers during the onslaught of super typhoon Ompong that affected all parts of Northern Luzon over the weekend. (Data per CRDRRMC)
Fatalities: Benguet 91 (Itogon 86, La Trinidad 3, Kabayan/Bokod 1, Tuba 1); Baguio 13; Mountain Province 6; Kalinga 1.
Missing: Benguet 22 (All in Itogon. Ucab 14, Loacan 4, Virac 2); Baguio City 2.
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