Typhoon Phanfone ravaged three provinces in the central Philippines over the Christmas holiday, with at least 16 people reported to have been killed. Typhoon Phanfone leapt from one small island to another for the second day -- crumpling houses, toppling trees and blacking out cities and towns, including in popular resorts like Boracay. Typhoon Phanfone, with winds of 195 kilometres ... Phanfone also hit Boracay, Coron and other holiday destinations that are famous for their white-sand beaches and popular with foreign tourists. Typhoon Phanfone, with wind gusts reaching 200 kilometres (125 miles) an hour, tore roofs off houses and toppled electric posts as it ripped through the central Philippines on Wednesday. Issued at: 7:00 AM PhT (23:00 GMT) Thursday, 26 December 2019 Next update: 7:00 PM PhT (11:00 GMT) Thursday, 26 December 2019. Manila: Typhoon Phanfone pummelled the central Philippines on Christmas Day, bringing a wet, ... — which can knock down small trees and destroy flimsy houses — the typhoon was on track to hit the island resort of Coron overnight, the weather service said. Several dead after Typhoon Phanfone batters central Philippines. ... Phanfone also hit Boracay, Coron and other holiday destinations that are famed for their white-sand beaches and …

At least 11 people killed, dozens more feared dead after typhoon hit several central islands on Christmas Day. …

A typhoon that lashed the central Philippines on Christmas Day has killed at least 16 people and caused damage to homes and tourist areas.

Phanfone is forecast to remain within the Philippine area by 27 December and … Typhoon Phanfone kills at least 16 in Philippines A man walks past damaged homes after Typhoon Phanfone swept through Tanauan, Leyte, in the Philippines Dec 25, 2019. Typhoon Phanfone kills dozens in the Philippines. On 26 December, the typhoon is located at 215 km west-northwest of Coron, Palawan. Typhoon Phanfone Kills At Least 16 in Philippines; Boracay, Coron & Other Holiday Destinations Hit Too Image for representation (REUTERS) Typhoon Phanfone, with winds of 195 kilometres an hour, tore roofs off houses and toppled electric posts as it cut across the Philippines. A typhoon that lashed the central Philippines on Christmas Day has killed at least 16 people and caused damage to homes and tourist areas. Current Status and Outlook: Typhoon PHANFONE (URSULA) has slowed down and weakened during the past 12 hours while over the West Philippine Sea, and continues to move away from the country…Forecast … Typhoon Phanfone pummeled the central Philippines on Christmas Day, leaving six missing and bringing a wet, miserable and terrifying holiday to millions in the mainly Catholic nation. One of the most powerful storms on record, Haiyan is estimated to … Typhoon Phanfone, with gusts reaching 200 kilometres (125 miles) an hour, tore roofs off houses and toppled electric posts as it ripped through the central Philippines on Wednesday. ... Coron's beaches emptied and boat tours were suspended on Christmas Day as Western tourists stayed indoors ahead of the onslaught. Typhoon Phanfone pummelled the central Philippines on Christmas Day, bringing a wet, miserable and terrifying holiday season to millions in the mainly Catholic nation. Typhoon Phanfone kills at least 16 in Philippines Phanfone also hit Boracay, Coron and other holiday destinations Published: December 26, 2019 09:39 AFP Though weaker, Phanfone was tracking a similar path as Super Typhoon Haiyan - the country's deadliest cyclone on record which left more than 7,300 people dead or missing in 2013. Typhoon Phanfone brought a wet and miserable holiday season to millions in Philippines. Coron's beaches emptied and boat tours were suspended on Christmas Day as Western tourists stayed indoors ahead of the onslaught. A typhoon that swept across remote villages and popular tourist areas of the central Philippines on Christmas day claimed at least 16 lives, authorities said on Thursday.

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