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Readiness and response of Bulacan police during typhoon ‘Ompong’

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Supt. Ferdinand D. Germino, Force Commander, Bulacan 1st PMFC conducted patrolling and flood monitoring along Pampanga River located at Brgy. Calizon, Calumpit, Bulacan in relation to super typhoon Ompong on Saturday.

CAMP GEN ALEJO S SANTOS, Bulacan — Bulacan PNP on its readiness and response during the typhoon Ompong, conducted flood monitoring and other activities for the possible disaster response in the low-lying areas in Bulacan.

Personnel of Dona Remedios Trinidad police led by Senior Insp. Isabelo S. Mondejar, OIC chief of police, together with personnel from BFP-DRT, Brgy. officials of Sapang Bulak and other volunteers conducted clearing operation of a fallen tree at the side of the road in Brgy. Sapang Bulak, DRT, Bulacan during the onslaught of Typhoon Ompong on Saturday.

Bulacan Top Cop Senior Supt. Chito G. Bersaluna said that all units/stations of Bulacan PPO conducted close monitoring and assessment within their respective AOR specifically flooded areas and continues coordination to Local Government Units and MDRRMO during typhoon Ompong.

Bersaluna added that Bulacan PNP rendered advanced life-saving techniques and keep points of dispensing sites secure. As an initiative, a house to house visitation and Oplan Tambuli to flooded barangays of different Units of this office is being conducted to convince the affected families to leave their house and evacuate if needed.

Supt. Agosto M. Asuncion, Force Commander, conducted on Saturday flood monitoring in Brgy. Minuyan Proper, City of San Jose del Monte, Bulacan. Wherein Sapang Lamig bridge is not passable.

Further, he also said that Bulacan police also provide motorist assistance to those stranded passenger along the highway and also assist in clearing operations (removal of falling trees, woods and other objects) on roads.

Moreover, The Team Bulacan PNP also gathered to pack relief goods to be distributed to those who have been displaced by the disaster.

Even in the face of complete destruction, police officers should demonstrate the ability to remain resilient during and after the disaster. Be Ready and Safe. (RONDA Balita Online News)

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ROSETH Eleogo Reyes or RR Eleogo is one of the owners of RONDA Balita. A single mother from Bulakan, Bulacan, and formerly an account officer and columnist of NewsCore, a local newspaper in Bulacan. She also worked in quality control department of Mighty Corporation. A part-time advertising representative of Remate, a national newspaper. She served as Director of Philippine Science Journalists Association Inc. Bulacan Chapter and member of National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP)- Bulacan Chapter. She won recently as Board of Directors of Bulacan Press Club.

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