Typhoon Kammuri Kills at Least 17 as It Powers Through Philippines
Manila’s airport was shut for 12 hours and half a million people were evacuated as the typhoon swept through the archipelago.
Typhoon Kammuri swept through the Philippines on Tuesday, ripping rooftops from houses, knocking down power lines and leaving a half-million people huddled in evacuation centers, waiting for the storm to pass. At least 17 people were killed.
Manila’s international airport was closed for 12 hours during the storm, resulting in the cancellation of nearly 500 flights. Officials suspended marine traffic in affected areas as Kammuri, packing wind gusts as high as 150 miles per hour, battered the Philippine archipelago for a second day.
Manila Reopens Airport as Typhoon That Displaced 500,000 Leaves
The Philippines reopened its main airport late Tuesday as Typhoon Kammuri heads to the South China Sea, leaving at least three people dead and displacing half a million more.
Ninoy Aquino International Airport’s runways were opened at 6 p.m. local time to allow airlines to bring back their aircraft to Manila, General Manager Ed Monreal said in a statement. Regular flight operations will resume at 11 p.m.
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