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  • Writer's pictureLeonora Lo-oy

Cagayan reports P.5B damage left by Typhoon Maymay


Cagayan, Philippines – Typhoon Maymay ravaged Cagayan, leaving an estimated more than half a billion worth of damages, according to Cagayan Provincial Information Office.


Maymay, which developed into a tropical depression last October 11, 2022, brought a huge downpour in Region 2, triggering floods in more than a hundred barangays of Cagayan.

Due to the heavy rain, the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office recorded a total of P532,960,858 worth of damages in the province. P516,200,000 of the amount involves infrastructures.


Among the infrastructures destroyed include the NIA main canal extension in Barangay Daan-Ili which was reportedly washed out; the riverbank in Lal-lo; washed out gravel road; and damage to the Multi-purpose Building gymnasium, Day Care Center, waiting shed, school buildings, and Barangay Health Station.


There was also a report in Sta. Ana that a boat was totally wrecked due to the typhoon. Further, the Alannay-Viga bridge in Lasam was destroyed.


The province, meanwhile, recorded a total of P16,322,185 in damage to agriculture, P16,004,182 involves rice fields, while P318,000 in corn fields.


The remaining P438,673 is the estimated devastation in fishery.

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