At least 55 people died, 32 were injured and 63 are still missing after a strong storm that has already caused landslides and floods in several areas of Mindanao, in the Philippines. The south of the Philippines has been the scene, since January 28, of a strong storm that has already caused landslides and floods in several areas. So far, 55 people have died, 32 have been injured and 63 are still missing, according to authorities in the municipality of Maço, in the south of the island of Mindanao. According to municipal authorities, it is difficult to determine the exact number of missing people, after services emergency workers have given up on finding survivors of the landslide in the village of Masara, near a gold mine. At the site, stones, mud and trees fell from a height of more than 700 meters along a mountain near the mine and buried an area of ​​almost nine hectares, forcing the evacuation of more than five thousand inhabitants of the village. Source: O País

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