Update: Typhoon 'Lando' grounds over 3,000 passengers

MANILA, Oct 17 (PNA) -- The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) on Saturday said that a total of 3,155 passengers remain stranded in various ports nationwide due to rough sea conditions brought by Typhoon “Lando”.

According to the PCG, among those stranded include 37 vessels, seven motor bancas, and 42 rolling cargoes.

A rundown of those stranded include:

Southern Tagalog:

Batangas -- 1,430 passengers, two vessels, 257 rolling cargoes

Oriental Mindoro -- 778 passengers, six vessels, 33 rolling cargoes

Occidental Mindoro -- one vessel, 30 rolling cargoes

Southern Quezon -- 190 passengers, 11 vessels, 23 rolling cargoes

Romblon -- four motor bancas

Bicol:

Albay -- 684 passengers, 16 vessels, one motor banca, 67 rolling cargoes

Sorsogon -- seven passengers

Catanduanes -- 27 passengers, one vessel, 13 rolling cargoes

Camarines Sur -- 35 passengers

Northeastern Luzon:

Aparri -- four passengers, two rolling cargoes (PNA)


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