Fourth typhoon in a month strikes Philippines
October 31, 2009
The Philippines was struck by Typhoon Mirinae, the fourth such storm in a month, bringing more severe rainfall and winds to the eastern coastal province of Quezon.
BBC online reported that “Mirinae, with winds of 150 km/h (93mph) and gusts of up to 186 km/h (115mph) made landfall on Quezon around midnight Friday, sweeping west, south of the capital and weakening into a tropical storm on Saturday afternoon.”
CFCA staff members in the Philippines are assessing the storm’s impact on sponsored members' families. More information will be posted as CFCA receives reports.
The CFCA community offers prayers of support to all people affected by the impact of the typhoons.
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