MANILA — Over 1,000 passengers remain stranded in various ports in the country due to typhoon “Ruby”, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) said Monday as of 2 p.m.
On its official Facebook account, PCG said that there were a total of 1,953 passengers, 74 vessels, four motor bancas and 429 rolling cargoes that remain stranded.
A breakdown of those stranded include:
National Capital Region – Central Luzon with total of 340 passengers and two vessels were stranded in the National Capital Region;
Palawan, with 30 passengers, 14 vessels and two motor bancas;
Northern Mindanao with 140 passengers;
Bicol with 363 passengers, 32 vessels and 59 rolling cargoes;
Eastern Visayas with 127 passengers, one vessel and 76 rolling cargoes;
Southern Tagalog with 662 passengers and 273 rolling cargoes;
Western Visayas with 620 passengers, 30 vessels, one motor banca and 238 rolling cargoes.