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70,000 people flee to evacuation shelters such as Typhoon Kammuri barrels towards the Philippines

Tens of thousands of people were forced to take refuge in evacuation centers, while the powerful Typhoon Kammuri moved to the Philippines today.

Kammuri threatens to disrupt the events in the Southeast Asian Games near the country's capital, Manila.

The storm is expected to land in the east of the country later today or early tomorrow, with intense rain and gusts of up to 185 miles (185 km) per hour.

Tens of thousands of people were forced to hide in evacuation centers, while the powerful Typhoon Kammuri went to the Philippines today

Tens of thousands of people were forced to hide in evacuation centers, while the powerful Typhoon Kammuri went to the Philippines today

Nearly 70,000 people have fled all their homes in the Bicol region, where the typhoon is expected to strike first. Depicted are residents who gather in an evacuation center

Nearly 70,000 people have fled all their homes in the Bicol region, where the typhoon is expected to strike first. Depicted are residents who gather in an evacuation center

Nearly 70,000 people have fled all their homes in the Bicol region, where the typhoon is expected to strike first. Depicted are residents who gather in an evacuation center

Kammuri threatens to disrupt the events in the Southeast Asian Games near the country's capital, Manila. Depicted are villagers who gather after an evacuation in a gym

Kammuri threatens to disrupt the events in the Southeast Asian Games near the country's capital, Manila. Depicted are villagers who gather after an evacuation in a gym

Kammuri threatens to disrupt the events in the Southeast Asian Games near the country's capital, Manila. Depicted are villagers who gather after an evacuation in a gym

It is then expected to pass close to Manila, where 13 million people live and is the location for many of the SEA Games events.

Nearly 70,000 people have fled all their homes in the Bicol region, where the typhoon is expected to strike first.

& # 39; We hope there will be no damage, but given its strength, we can't prevent it, said Mark Timbal, spokesperson for the national emergency agency.

& # 39; We have preventively evacuated people in areas on the direct road of the storm. & # 39;

The storm is expected to land in the east of the country later today or early tomorrow, with intense rain and gusts of up to 185 miles (185 km) per hour. Depicted are villagers who get out of a truck during an evacuation

The storm is expected to land in the east of the country later today or early tomorrow, with intense rain and gusts of up to 185 miles (185 km) per hour. Depicted are villagers who get out of a truck during an evacuation

The storm is expected to land in the east of the country later today or early tomorrow, with intense rain and gusts of up to 185 miles (185 km) per hour. Depicted are villagers who get out of a truck during an evacuation

The storm is expected to pass close to Manila, where 13 million people live and is the location for many of the SEA Games events. Depicted are residents who use a classroom as a temporary home

The storm is expected to pass close to Manila, where 13 million people live and is the location for many of the SEA Games events. Depicted are residents who use a classroom as a temporary home

The storm is expected to pass close to Manila, where 13 million people live and is the location for many of the SEA Games events. Depicted are residents who use a classroom as a temporary home

The weather office also warned of rain-induced landslides and possible storms of up to three meters that could affect coastal areas in the east of the country.

The Philippines is hit by an average of 20 storms and typhoons each year, killing hundreds and putting people in disaster-prone areas in constant poverty.

The most deadly cyclone in the country that was registered was Super Typhoon Haiyan, in which more than 7,300 people were killed or missing in 2013.

Kammuri is already snapping up plans for the SEA Games, which opened on Saturday for thousands of athletes from the region and runs until December 11 in and around Manila.

The weather office also warned of rain-induced landslides and possible storms of up to three meters that could affect coastal areas in the east of the country. Depicted are villagers who get out of a truck during an evacuation

The weather office also warned of rain-induced landslides and possible storms of up to three meters that could affect coastal areas in the east of the country. Depicted are villagers who get out of a truck during an evacuation

The weather office also warned of rain-induced landslides and possible storms of up to three meters that could affect coastal areas in the east of the country. Depicted are villagers who get out of a truck during an evacuation

The Philippines is hit by an average of 20 storms and typhoons each year, killing hundreds and putting people in disaster-prone areas in constant poverty. Depicted are villagers who drive to an evacuation center

The Philippines is hit by an average of 20 storms and typhoons each year, killing hundreds and putting people in disaster-prone areas in constant poverty. Depicted are villagers who drive to an evacuation center

The Philippines is hit by an average of 20 storms and typhoons each year, killing hundreds and putting people in disaster-prone areas in constant poverty. Depicted are villagers who drive to an evacuation center

Windsurfing was stopped as a precaution and triathlon events were held earlier than planned.

The organizers said today that every sport is supervised by delegates and that they would ultimately rely on possible cancellations or rescheduling.

Ramon Suzara, the chief executive officer of the organizing committee, said there were emergency plans for bad weather, but the duration of the Games would not be extended.

The most deadly cyclone in the country ever recorded was Super Typhoon Haiyan, with more than 7,300 people dead or missing in 2013. Shown are strong waves crashing on the Legazpi coastline

The most deadly cyclone in the country ever recorded was Super Typhoon Haiyan, with more than 7,300 people dead or missing in 2013. Shown are strong waves crashing on the Legazpi coastline.

The most deadly cyclone in the country ever recorded was Super Typhoon Haiyan, with more than 7,300 people dead or missing in 2013. Shown are strong waves crashing on the Legazpi coastline.

Kammuri is already snapping up plans for the SEA Games, which opened on Saturday for thousands of athletes from the region and runs until December 11 in and around Manila. Depicted are residents who gather in an evacuation center

Kammuri is already snapping up plans for the SEA Games, which opened on Saturday for thousands of athletes from the region and runs until December 11 in and around Manila. Depicted are residents who gather in an evacuation center

Kammuri is already snapping up plans for the SEA Games, which opened on Saturday for thousands of athletes from the region and runs until December 11 in and around Manila. Depicted are residents who gather in an evacuation center

Depicted are residents with a wooden fishing boat along the coast of the province of East Samar

Depicted are residents with a wooden fishing boat along the coast of the province of East Samar

Depicted are residents with a wooden fishing boat along the coast of the province of East Samar

Ramon Suzara, the chief executive officer of the organizing committee, said there were emergency plans for bad weather, but the duration of the Games would not be extended

Ramon Suzara, the chief executive officer of the organizing committee, said there were emergency plans for bad weather, but the duration of the Games would not be extended

Ramon Suzara, the chief executive officer of the organizing committee, said there were emergency plans for bad weather, but the duration of the Games would not be extended

& # 39; For example, basketball or volleyball, normally when there are typhoons, what has happened, the competition will continue as needed, but without spectators, & # 39; he said.

The storm is the last problem for the Games, which saw a series of transport snafus and a rush of last-minute construction before the opening.

This year's Games in Clark, Manila and Subic are already extremely complex, with a record of 56 sports at dozens of locations that in some cases are hours apart by car.

Around the 30th edition of this year – the largest ever – approximately 8,750 athletes and team officials are expected, along with a further 12,000 volunteers. The organizers hope that at the end of the competition on December 11, more than 500 million viewers will tune into TV.

The storm is the last problem for the Games, which saw a series of transport snafu & a rush of last-minute construction before the opening

The storm is the last problem for the Games, which saw a series of transport snafu & a rush of last-minute construction before the opening

The storm is the last problem for the Games, which saw a series of transport snafu & a rush of last-minute construction before the opening

The Philippines have made a strong start to the Games and have risen by more than 50 to the top of the medal table, ahead of Vietnam in second place and Thailand in third place.

The host country contributed on Monday to winning gold medals with victories in downhill mountain biking and martial arts with martial arts arnis, while claiming a silver in the re-scheduled men's duathlon event at Subic.

During a flashy dance sport competition in Clark on Sunday, the Philippines took 10 gold.

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