Philippines Evacuate Residents as Typhoon Hits Hard

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Reports say thousands of people have been evacuated and government offices closed as a super typhoon bashed the Philippines eastern islands.

Typhoon Noru has caused gusts of up to 240kph on the main island Luzon, where more than half of the country’s 110 million population live.

More than 8,400 people have already been evacuated from its path, and officials have issued warnings of serious flooding in areas of the capital, Manila.

The Philippine weather service has issued a wind signal five for Luzon, the highest warning level which marks Noru as a super typhoon.

Written by: Helen Obih

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