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Home News and Events News PRC issues flash flood and landslide tips PRC issues flash flood and landslide tips Philippine Red Cross PRC advised the public to prepare for possible flash floods and landslides in vulnerable areas after floods and landslides hit Northern Luzon last week due to heavy rains.
PRC Operation Center reported that more than 30, families have been affected by the widespread flooding and landslide, as of 8: PRC has served nearly affected families with hot meals and relief items. Water search and rescue, and first aid teams were also deployed to assist flood victims.
In Eastern Visayas, the Office of Civil Defense OCD has alerted flood-prone and landslide-prone areas in the region due to heavy rains being experienced in the region over the past few days.
OCD issued the alert to allow local government units to prepare their communities that might be hit by landslides or flash floods. Although the flood waters have subsided in Northern Luzon and no flash flood or landslide has been reported yet in Eastern Visayas, it is still best to know the precautionary measures when destructive floods and landslides occur.
Below are some reminders on what to do before, during and after floods and landslides: Before Floods and Landslides - Know the latest news about floods and landslides in your area.
During Floods and Landslides - Turn off the main power switch. If you need to evacuate, close all windows and doors. After Floods and Landslides - When examining and returning to your house, use a flashlight if there is no power supply. Avoid using candles or gas lamps as this may cause fire.
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