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MDRRMO–CARAGA workers tirelessly clearing local roadways of obstructions in typhoon hit areas

[by Ramil Bajo]

MDRRMO–CARAGA rescue and disaster personnel cleared the local roadways of obstructions in the outskirt portion of Sitio Pasok, Barangay PM in Sobrecary, one of the areas struck by typhoon, a freak weather that brings strong winds and heavy rains and eventually causing killing, disappearance of people and destructions to environment, properties and infrastructures.

(PHOTOS FROM BON VYRON PICHON FB ACCOUNT)

As of press time, they are, reportedly, still on the streets and roadways, unminding the risks of clearing and rescuing operations.

When you saw the clearing workers, don’t hesitate to offer them “water” or “something” that will inspire them. It’s the only way to repay what they are doing for you and others.

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