Davao Flashfloods leave 26 dead, 5 missing

The flashfloods that hit Davao City on Tuesday has left 26 people dead and 5 still missing as of 9 AM today. More than 12,000 families in five villages were confirmed affected by the flashfloods that occured due to the overflowing of Pangi River caused by heavy rains.

Davao Flash Flood
Speaking to reporters of local television stations, Davao City mayor Sara Duterte said the affected barangays, which were placed under state of calamity, are Ma-a, Matina Pangi, Matina Aplaya, Matina Crossing and Talomo Proper.

The city government has reportedly released P55 Million of calamity funds, most of which will be utilized for rehabilitation purposes.

Meanwhile, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) identified the fatalities as:
  1. Rowena Valderoza, 7
  2. Catherine Valderoza, 4
  3. Lydia Valderoza
  4. John Carlo Alvarez, 3
  5. Jason Saturnos, 3
  6. Chzareha Saturos, 33
  7. John Michael Alvarez, 7
  8. John Cris Alvarez, 8 months
  9. Kenneth Ian Ayag, 4
  10. Angelita Paches, 65
  11. Melchin Soreño, 24
  12. Alexis Baricuatro, 4
  13. Alexandria Baricuatro, 8
  14. Adora Baricuatro, 26
  15. Tito Servedad, 53
  16. Beth Amatos, 7
  17. Carl Andre Oliveros, 9 months
  18. Dominic Onde, 30
  19. Cassandra Supa, 2
  20. Jaime Bawo, 41
  21. Conchita Bawo, 43
  22. Rachel Ayag, 5
  23. Jovito Munsad, 60
  24. Vicente Ladaga, 58
  25. Antonio Inciso, 77
  26. Keizle Taño, 16
Still missing are:
  1. Cherry Saturos, 4
  2. Mark Louie Falomar, 3 months
  3. Zaldy Supa, 34
  4. Kent Angelo Tano, 9
  5. Rogelio Balderosa III, 2
The NDRRMC in a report said the estimated cost of damages was pegged at P11 Million.