Landslide Blocks Coast Road in Philippines as Typhoon Vamco Hits

The weather bureau of the Philippines, PAGASA, said landslides could be expected during the prolonged rainfall brought by Typhoon Vamco on November 11-12.

This video shows a coastal road blocked by a landslide in Marinawa, which is in the eastern Catanduanes province. Further landslides were reported elsewhere.

PAGASA had warned of “destructive typhoon-force winds” and “heavy to intense” rainfall in the areas most affected by the storm. Sustained winds of up to 125 km/h and gusts of up to 155 km/h were recorded. Credit: Sahad Andal Jr. via Storyful