Over 3,000 stranded passengers at ports due to Agaton
MANILA, Philippines – At least 3,061 passengers have been stranded in ports due to Tropical Depression Agaton, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) said.
The PCG recorded this around midnight of Tuesday, January 2, an hour before Agaton’s landfall in the Siargao island and Dinagat Islands area . On Tuesday, many are expected to head to ports and bus …
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