Typhoon “Swan” landed in Philippines and about one million residents were evacuated

Manila November 1 the Philippine meteorological department said on November 1 that typhoon swan, the 19th of this year, had landed on the southeast coast of Luzon Island in the Philippines. At present, about one million residents in northern Philippines have been evacuated. Typhoon swan is moving westward at a speed of 25 km / h and is expected to bring heavy rainfall and strong winds to the northern part of the country, and storm surges with wave height of 3 meters will appear in some coastal areas, according to the Philippine Meteorological Bureau. < p > < p > according to the latest report of the Philippine Meteorological Bureau, as the strongest typhoon this year, “Swan” has developed into a super typhoon around 2:00 a.m. local time on November 1, and the maximum instantaneous wind speed near the center is 310 km / h. At about 4:50 on the 1st, the “Swan” landed in bikor District, Southeast of Luzon Island. < p > < p > affected by Typhoon “Swan”, Manila International Airport was closed from 10:00 on the 1st, and flights stopped taking off and landing within 24 hours. At the same time, ports in some parts of the Philippines were closed, and fishermen were prohibited from fishing. The Philippine Meteorological Bureau expects Swan to leave the Philippines on the 2nd. Typhoon swan is the second typhoon to affect the Philippines recently. On October 25, typhoon morafi landed in the Philippines, swept through the northern and central parts of the country, and left the country on the 27th. “Morafi” killed at least 22 people in the Philippines, 39 injured, and four others are missing.