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(26 Sep 2009) SHOTLIST
1. Wide of people wading through waist deep flood waters in city street holding umbrellas
2. Pan across people struggling to keep upright as they walk through flood waters
3. Wide of line of people wading through water, bus in background
4. Various of rushing water and group of people following a guide rope as they walk through waters
5. Various of rushing water in city street
6. Car backing away from flood waters
7. People wading through flood waters
8. Wide of group of people in middle of rushing waters
9. Wide of people with umbrellas standing on high ground watching flooded streets below
10. Shops and buildings part submerged, people on roofs
11. People with umbrellas watching flood water rise
12. Shop awning blowing in high winds
13. Man in rushing flood waters, heavy vehicles passing
14. Wide of vehicles almost fully submerged by flood water
Nearly a month’s worth of rain fell in just six hours on Saturday on the Philippine capital Manila, stranding thousands of people on rooftops in the city and elsewhere as Tropical Storm Ketsana slammed ashore.
The government declared a “state of calamity” in metropolitan Manila and about two dozen storm-hit provinces, said Defence Secretary Gilberto Teodoro, who heads the National Disaster Coordinating Council.
The state of calamity allows officials to withdraw emergency money for relief and rescue.
Nearly 2,000 people were evacuated in Manila and surrounding areas, a disaster council report said.
Some people stranded the the streets of Manila struggled to remain upright, as they made their way through rushing water to safety with the use of a guide rope.
About 13.4 inches (34.1 centimetres) of rain fell over metropolitan Manila in just six hours, close to the 15.4-inch (39.2-centimetre) average for the entire month of September, said a local forecaster from the government weather bureau.
The forecaster blamed the downpour on thick rain clouds brought by Tropical Storm Ketsana, which packed 53 miles per hour (85 kilometres per hour) winds with gusts of up to 63 mph (100 kph) when it hit land early on Saturday about 50 miles (80 kilometres) northeast of Manila.
It was moving westward toward the rice-producing Central Luzon region at 12 mph (19 kph).
A dozen flights in and out of the central and northern Philippines were cancelled because of poor visibility, airport officials said.
Hundreds of vehicles were stalled in flooded streets around the capital, and nearly 2,000 passengers were stranded in ports in several provinces south of Manila after the coast guard suspended ferry operations.
The rains also caused the water in two dams near Manila to rise to spilling levels, the national disaster agency said.
It said water was waist-deep in some communities in northern Bulacan province after one dam overflowed.
Power distributor Meralco cut off electric service to some flooded areas in metropolitan Manila to prevent accidents, a spokesman said.
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