MB Daily News Update

Published September 8, 2021, 4:47 PM

by Manila Bulletin

At least 10 persons died while there were scores others injured or stranded as severe tropical storm Jolina left a swath of destruction in its wake.

Initial reports also said that over P179 million were lost in the agricultural sector due to “Jolina”.

The political scene also started to liven up with the launch of the Ping Lacon-Tito Sotto tandem for the 2022 polls.

These are among the top stories this Wednesday afternoon, September 8, 2021.


Heavy traffic is experienced along the service road as the southbound lane of the Buendia flyover of Osmena Highway had to be closed on Wednesday, September 8, 2021, when a container truck had an accident and tilted to its side. (Ali Vicoy)
 
 
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Aftermath of ‘Jolina’

 
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