PRRC and Los Angeles Public Works Revitalizes Their Sister Rivers Partnership

Last Tuesday (July 17, 2018), the Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRRC) rescued and evacuated residents living along the river to temporarily evacuate to a safer area as Typhoon #HenryPH caused flooding in low-lying areas.

PRRC Executive Director Jose Antonio E. Goitia mobilized the river warriors to assist him in the rescue operations while the river patrols assisted in the monitoring of water level in the other areas of Pasig and San Juan Rivers.

Goitia identified the families living along San Juan River, particularly in Gumamela St., Barangay Roxas District in Quezon City

During the inspection conducted by PRRC, Goitia observed the dangerous current of water in San Juan River. Because of this, Goitia appealed to the residents, who initially refused PRRC’s help, to temporarily evacuate until the heavy rain pours out. “Sana huwag na po nating hintaying malagay tayo sa panganib bunsod ng pagtaas ng tubig sa ilog,” Goitia said.

The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) raised Orange Rainfall Warning in Metro Manila.

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