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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Bagyong Ondoy Advisories and Emergency Hotlines (Tropical Cyclone Ondoy)

ATTENTION AND NEED IMMEDIATE ATTENTION AND RESCUE ... List of addresses of flood-stranded people needing rescue (with interactive map)
Please send your help, donation and any kind of materials which you can share to the victims of Typhoon Ondoy.  Here is the link and details to the GMA Kapuso Foundation.  Magtulungan po tayo... (CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ON HOW TO HELP THE VICTIMS OF TROPICAL STORM ONDOY)



  • »  NO CLASSES ON ALL LEVELS ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 in Metro Manila and the provinces of Rizal, Batangas, and Laguna.
  • »  For those stranded/those who need help: To all students who need help or know of people who need help. Please text the name, location, and contact number to (+6329088877166).
  • »  SOTC Mendoza says LRT and MRT will continue to have P10 flat rate for a be on 24-hour operation
  • »  Petron and San Miguel Corporation are lending their choppers for the rescue and relief operations related to typhoon Ondoy. If anyone still needs help (stranded on top of their roofs or on bridges), call or text them for rescue: 0917.814.0655 (ask for Lydia Ragasa).
  • » 100 confirmed dead due to Typhoon Ondoy
  • » La Salle-Ateneo UAAP jrs finals showdown postponed to Tuesday
  • » PRC cancels teachers' exam in Metro Manila;  2009 bar examinations reset to Oct. 4 - SC spokesman 
  • » State of Calamity is declared on the following provinces:  Aurora, Quirino, Nueva Viscaya, Nueva Ecija, Pangasinan, Tarlac, Zambales, Pampanga, Bulacan, Rizal, Quezon, Isabela, Mountain Province, Ifugao, Benguet, La Union, Ilocos Sur, Cavite, Batangas, Mindoro Occidental, Mindoro Oriental, Marinduque, Camarines Norte, Bataan and Metro Manila.
  • » US embassy donates $50K for immediate 'Ondoy' relief
  • » For more Advisories courtesy of ABS-CBN NEWS click here

  • » Disaster Emergency Hotlines: 911-1873, 912-5296, 912-2665 
  • » Quezon City Rescue: 161 
  • » Meralco: 16220, 09175592824, 09209292824,  631-1111, 16211
  • » Philippine National Red Cross: 09209527268, 5270000 
  • » National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC):  911-14-06 / 734-2118 / 734-2120 / 911-18-73 / 911-19-06 / 911-50-61 / 912-09-84 / 912-26-65 / 912-30-46 / 912-52-96 / 912-56-68
  • » Department of Social Welfare and Development

    » Disaster Relief Operations, monitoring and Information Center (DROMIC), DSWD-NCR - 488-3199 (24hours)

    » Crisis Intervention Unit (CIU), DSWD-NCR - 733 8635 (24 hours)

    » Disaster Relief Operations, Monitoring and Information Center (DROMIC), DSWD-Central Office - 931 8101 to 05, local 506; 951 7119 (24 hours)

  • » Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA): 136 / 896-6000
  • » PAGASA:  927-1541
  • » ABS-CBN: 4163641
  • » Dick Gordon 09178997898 / 09384442697
  • » Bureau of Fire Protection:  729 5166, 4106254, 4138859, 4071230
  • » Coast Guard: 527 6136, 527 6137
  • » Police Central Hotline 171
  • » NCRPO: 838-3203. 838-3354 
  • » Rizal PDCC:  09153767070 and 09278400133
  • » ABS-CBN Typhoon Ondoy Hotline: (+632-4163641)

  •  » Jam 88.3: (+632- 6318803) or SMS at JAM (space) 883 (space) ur msg to 2968
  •  » People Tracker (using your phones, get your friends and family to turn on their finderservice for you)FINDERSERVICE. For Smart, text “wis ” to 386.
    FINDERSERVICE. For Globe, text “find to 7000.
  • » Maynilad:  1626 
  • » 'Ondoy' emergency information can be posted on GMANews.TV's Facebook page
  • » ANC ireport abs cbn  name address and report and text to 236

LRT and MRT will operate for 24 hours to accommodate stranded passengers. For Sunday, the fare for both rail systems will only be P10, flat rate. Regular rates resume tomorrow.

Globe Telecoms

Globe is now attending to a number of cellsites and telephone cabinets affected by floodwaters. Coverage should improve towards the end of the day. Hotline numbers; call toll free: 211 and 730-1000.
Maynilad Water

Due to heavy flooding in several areas in Metro Manila, we advise our customers to boil their water for at least three (3) minutes before consuming. This is an additional precautionary measure, as Maynilad personnel are currently working to assess the condition of our facilities and pipelines. We will provide further updates as they develop.

Smart Communications

Customers who wish to help Typhoon Ondoy's victims may give donations and drop these at SMART branches located in the following malls: SM Muntinlupa, SM Bicutan, SM Sucat, Festival Mall Alabang, Alimall Cubao, Gateway Mall Cubao, SM Fairview, SM North EDSA-Annex, Alabang Town Center, SM SouthMall and SM Megamall.

Manila Water

From Jeric Sevilla, Head of Corporate Communications of Manila Water:

With the exception of the flooded areas of San Mateo, Rodriguez, Pasig, Taytay, Angono, Binangonan and Marikina, potable water supply continues to be available from the taps of 90% of the residents of the East Zone under Manila Water.

18 water tankers have been mobilized to provide water supply to those areas in San Mateo and San Rafael in Rodriguez, Rizal.

While laboratory results meet the parameters of the DOH and Philippine National Standards for Drinking Water, the public is advised to boil their water especially in areas that were flooded and whose internal plumbing systems may be leak-prone to avoid contamination.

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)


The ATM network is experiencing operational difficulty due to flood situation and downed communication lines. We are closely coordinating with our telecom provider for immediate restoration to normalize ATM operation.

Rest assured that the BPI team is exerting all efforts in providing the ATM services as soon as possible. Some ATMs could be operational but due to intermittent lines, ATM machines are not yet in their usual normal operational mode.

Please call BPI 89-100 for updates.

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