Tragedies after Tragedies

Notes

Ormoc Flashlood (Region 8)

1991

Triggered by unusually heavy and continuous rains brought about by Tropical Storm Uring

Cherry Hill Landslide (Region 4)

1999

Triggered by three consecutive days of persistent moderate to heavy rains

Payatas Garbage Slide (NCR)

2000

Triggered by continuous moderate to heavy monsoon rains over Metro Manila

Baguio - La Trinidad Landslides (CAR)

2001

Triggered by record breaking hour rainfall of 1,085.5 mm in Baguio City

Camuigin Flashflood (Region 10)

2001

Triggered by continuous light to moderate rains brought about by Typhoon Nanang

Southern Leyte - Surigao Disasters (Region 8)

2003

Triggered by record-breaking hour rainfall of 1,119.0 mm in Surigao and 699.0 mm in Leyte

Aurora – Infanta Floods (Regions 3, 4)

2004

Triggered by 20 days of persistent moderate to heavy rains brought about by Typhoon Unding, Tropical Storm Violeta, Tropical Depression Winnie and Typhoon Yoyong which also affected Regions 1, 2, 5, CAR, NCR.

Guinsaugon, Leyte Landslide (Region 8)

2006

Triggered by five days of persistent moderate to heavy rains which is equivalent to almost three months of the area's average annual precipitation.

Legazpi Mudslide (Region 5)

2006

Triggered by persistent moderate to heavy rains brought by Super Typhoon Reming which also affected Regions 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, CAR, NCR.