In shelters remain more than 155 thousand people.
The number of victims of the devastating Typhoon “Mangkhut” in the Philippines has grown to 65 people. Local authorities on Monday, September 17, adjusted data on victims in the upward direction after the detection of a large number of corpses in the village Itogon affected by a strong landslide, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to Deutsche Welle.
According to the police, another 43 people are reported missing. More than 155 thousand people remain in shelters.
Typhoon “Mangkhut” swept over the Philippines on September 16 and went toward mainland China. In China’s Guangdong province killed at least four people, more than three million were pre-evacuated to safe areas.
“Mangkhut” he left a trail of destruction in Hong Kong, where it injured more than 300 people. Schools in the city remain closed, public transport runs with significant disruptions disruptions.