TOPSHOTS Residents push a tricycle on a flooded highway in Santa Rosa town, Nueva Ecija province, north of Manila on October 19, 2015, a day after typhoon Koppu hit Aurora province. Residents of flooded farming villages in the Philippines were trapped on their rooftops October 19 and animals floated down fast-rising rivers, as deadly Typhoon Koppu dumped more intense rain. AFP PHOTO / TED ALJIBE

Ép ésszel szinte felfoghatatlan pusztítást végzett a Fülöp-szigeteken a Koppu tájfun, mely óránkénti 215 kilométeres szélrohammal csapott le. A szélvihar keltette esőzések miatt számtalan földcsuszamlás volt a térségben, az utakat pedig sárlavina tette járhatatlanná. Mintegy 6500 embert kellett kimenekíteni otthonából.

Hatalmas pusztítást végzett a Koppu tájfun

Undersecretary Alexander Pama, head of the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) gives a briefing on Typhoon Koppu, locally known as Lando, in suburban Manila on October 17, 2015. Philippine authorities on October 17 warned that a powerful typhoon will likely linger over the country for almost three days, bringing prolonged heavy rain, possible floods and sparking storm surges. AFP PHOTO / Jay DIRECTO

Flood-affected residents sit on the roof of their house at Barangay Camanutan, Isabela province, north of Manila on October 19, 2015, a day after typhoon Koppu hit Aurora province. Residents of flooded farming villages in the Philippines were trapped on their rooftops October 19 and animals floated down fast-rising rivers, as deadly Typhoon Koppu dumped more intense rain. AFP PHOTO

Fire volunteers and workers clear a fallen tree in Manila on October 19, 2015, after it toppled on October 18 and crushed a house, killing Ronel Castillo, a 14-year-old boy, and injuring four other people, Alexander Pama, head of the National Disaster Risk Reduction Council, told reporters. Residents trapped on rooftops by rising flood waters waited for rescue on October 19 as Typhoon Koppu flogged the Philippines for a second day, after killing two people and leaving thousands temporarily homeless.  AFP PHOTO / Jay DIRECTO

TOPSHOTS A child wades through floodwaters near his residence at a village in Santa Rosa town, Nueva Ecija province, north of Manila on October 19, 2015, a day after typhoon Koppu hit Aurora province. Residents of flooded farming villages in the Philippines were trapped on their rooftops October 19 and animals floated down fast-rising rivers, as deadly Typhoon Koppu dumped more intense rain. AFP PHOTO / TED ALJIBE

A resident uses an inflatable inner tyre tube to help him and a rescued pig stay afloat in floodwaters brought on by heavy rains caused by Typhoon Koppu in the town of Santa Rosa, Nueva Ecija province, north of Manila on October 19, 2015, a day after Typhoon Koppu hit the province of Aurora. Residents of flooded farming villages in the Philippines were trapped on their rooftops on October 19 and animals floated down fast-rising rivers, as deadly Typhoon Koppu dumped more intense rain.  AFP PHOTO / TED ALJIBE

A mother shelters with her son from the wind and rain brought on by typhoon Koppu along Roxas boulevard in Manila on October 18, 2015, as the typhoon hit Aurora province, northeast of Manila. Powerful Typhoon Koppu ripped off roofs, tore down trees and unleashed landslides and floods, forcing thousands to flee as it pummelled the northern Philippines October 18, officials said.AFP PHOTO / TED ALJIBE

TOPSHOTS Residents push a tricycle on a flooded highway in Santa Rosa town, Nueva Ecija province, north of Manila on October 19, 2015, a day after typhoon Koppu hit Aurora province. Residents of flooded farming villages in the Philippines were trapped on their rooftops October 19 and animals floated down fast-rising rivers, as deadly Typhoon Koppu dumped more intense rain. AFP PHOTO / TED ALJIBE

Fire volunteers and workers clear a fallen tree in Manila on October 19, 2015, after it toppled on October 18 and crushed a house, killing Ronel Castillo, a 14-year-old boy, and injuring four other people, Alexander Pama, head of the National Disaster Risk Reduction Council, told reporters. Residents trapped on rooftops by rising flood waters waited for rescue on October 19 as Typhoon Koppu flogged the Philippines for a second day, after killing two people and leaving thousands temporarily homeless.  AFP PHOTO / Jay DIRECTO

A youth leads his cattle to higher ground at Barangay Camanutan, Isabela province, north of Manila on October 19, 2015, a day after typhoon Koppu hit Aurora province. Residents of flooded farming villages in the Philippines were trapped on their rooftops October 19 and animals floated down fast-rising rivers, as deadly Typhoon Koppu dumped more intense rain. AFP PHOTO

Residents brave a strong flood current along a submerged highway in Santa Rosa town, Nueva Ecija province, north of Manila on October 19, 2015, a day after typhoon Koppu hit Aurora province. Residents of flooded farming villages in the Philippines were trapped on their rooftops October 19 and animals floated down fast-rising rivers, as deadly Typhoon Koppu dumped more intense rain. AFP PHOTO / TED ALJIBE

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