Metro Manila · Photo Gallery and Video of Maintenance After the Typhoon in Manila

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Metro Manila was back on its feet only a few days after Typhoon Glenda. The typhoon did not do as much devastation compared to Typhoon Yolanda (international name: Haiyan). Some of the damages included fallen trees, some broken windows and facades, and no electricity and Internet in some areas. Local government officials immediately took action of clearing the streets of any fallen branches or uprooted trees. Affected buildings in the business district looked new again right after the typhoon. Electricity took a while to be fixed, but not long enough to paralyze the whole city. Broken cell sites and internet connections were restored within the week.

Maintenance after the Typhoon

After the typhoon Glenda, the trees that were uprooted have been chopped to clear the road.

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