Officials of the Philippine Meteorological Bureau said at a news conference, mangosteen landed from northern Philippines at 1:40 am local time on the 15th and left the land near noon, blowing to the South China Sea at a speed of 25 kilometers per hour.
Typhoon mangosteen wreaked havoc on Philippines, causing cars to break down in the water and people to push cars.
The report said that the mangosteen under the Philippine Mountains buffer power slightly reduced, the maximum sustained wind speed is 170 kilometers per hour, but the center of the instantaneous wind speed is still 260 kilometers per hour.
According to a notice issued by the Philippine Meteorological Agency at 11:00 a.m. local time, no area in the north of the Philippines is in the category 4 typhoon warning, with the remaining 10 provinces or regions issuing the category 3 typhoon warning, and 18 provinces or outlying islands islands issuing the category 2 or 1 typhoon warning, including the Greater Manila region.
The car went on in the storm.
The Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Commission (NDRRMC) reports that about 60,000 people have taken refuge in temporary shelters. Many buildings and billboards were badly damaged in the provinces of Cagayan and Isabela, which were the first to suffer when the mangosteen landed.
The government of the city of gariyan has posted a number of photos showing the disaster on social media.
In addition, television news footage showed that the mangosteen passing areas, many poles and trees were blown down, branches were broken, iron roofs were overturned, the ground was in disorder, seven provinces large-scale power failure.
The sea is flooded with coastal roads.
Typhoon brought plenty of rainfall, even hundreds of kilometers away from the Great Manila area is flooded, there are two people wading when electric shock, medical first aid, one person has been discharged, the other is in critical condition.
Due to bad weather, Philippines has at least 150 domestic and international flights grounded.