More than 6,000 passengers stranded in various ports due to 'Lando' - PCG

MANILA, Oct 18 (PNA) -- The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) on Sunday said that the number of seagoing passengers stranded in various ports nationwide due to typhoon “Lando” have reached over 6, 000 as of noon Sunday.

In its latest advisory, PCG said there are a total of 6,391 passengers, 81 vessels; 38 motor bancas, and 540 rolling cargoes in the areas of NCR, Central Visayas, Southern Tagalog, Bicol and North Eastern Luzon.

A rundown of those stranded include:

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

Manila – 1,544 passengers, 2 vessels

CENTRAL VISAYAS

Cebu – 2,058 passengers, 25 vessels, 6 motor bancas, 15 rolling cargoes

Dumaguete – 60 passengers, 9 vessels, 12 motor bancas

Tagbilaran – 20 passengers, 6 vessels, 12 motor bancas, 5 rolling cargoes

SOUTHERN TAGALOG

Batangas – 643 passengers, 309 rolling cargoes

Oriental Mindoro – 819 passengers, 53 rolling cargoes

Occidental Mindoro – 53 passengers, 1 vessel, 4 motor bancas, 30 rolling cargoes

Southern Quezon – 190 passengers, 12 vessels, 21 rolling cargoes

Northern Quezon – 45 passengers

Romblon – 191 passengers, 7 vessels, 5 motor bancas, 28 rolling cargoes

BICOL

Albay – 635 passengers, 16 vessels, 5 motor bancas, 55 rolling cargoes

Sorsogon – 23 passengers

Catanduanes – 24 passengers, 1 vessel, 12 rolling cargoes

Masbate – 18 passengers, 2 vessels, 1 motor banca, 12 rolling cargoes

Camarines Sur – 27 passengers

NORTH EASTERN LUZON

Aparri – 4 passengers, 3 motor bancas (PNA)


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