Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Typhoon Ondoy Disaster

Disaster Map of Rescue, Road Conditions, and Relied Centers

The interactive map contains road conditions, the status of flooded areas, and the locations of relief centers, in addition to the original data set of stranded people needing rescue in calamity areas.

GMANews.TV staff and volunteers have spent the better part of the last 72 hours harvesting the information from TV, radio, social media and callers and web users who have contacted us; and then pinpointing precise locations on the map.

Click Here for the Disaster Map
For Help on how to use the Disaster Map

Missing Persons Database

Do you have a relative, friend, classmate, workmate, neighbor, or acquaintance that went missing during the chaotic weekend of Sept. 26-27 as storm “Ondoy" wreaked havoc on Metro Manila and the rest of Luzon?

Or maybe you happen to be in touch with Ondoy-displaced or stranded people in the process of rescue, evacuation and relief operations, and you want to send word that they are safe and sound?

There is now an interactive “missing-persons" database (MPD) being maintained by GMANews.Tv. This resource can help close the information gap between those who are looking for missing persons, and those persons themselves, or people who know their whereabouts and condition.

Click here to view the Missing Persons Database
Click here to file a Report or Inquiry on a Missing of Found Person
Click here for instructions on how to use the database

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