•  No. of stranded passengers in various ports nationwide rises to 5,580

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    Rough sea condition caused by typhoon “Lando” stranded a total of 5,580 passengers in various ports nationwide, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) said in an advisory at 8 a.m. Sunday.

    PCG said that this number was 75 more than the 5,505 reported at 4 a.m. Among those stranded were 78 vessels, 48 motor bancas, and 504 rolling cargoes.

    A rundown of those stranded include:

    NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

    Manila – 867 passengers, 2 vessels
    CENTRAL VISAYAS

    Cebu – 1,793 passengers, 22 vessels, 6 motor bancas

    Dumaguete – 6 passengers, 9 vessels, 12 motor bancas

    Tagbilaran – 30 passengers, 6 vessels, 12 motor bancas, 5 rolling cargoes
    SOUTHERN TAGALOG

    Batangas – 643 passengers, 309 rolling cargoes

    Oriental Mindoro – 819 passengers, 53 rolling cargoes

    Occidental Mindoro – 53 passengers, 1 vessel, 4 motor bancas, 30 rolling cargoes

    Southern Quezon – 190 passengers, 12 vessels, 21 rolling cargoes

    Northern Quezon – 45 passengers

    Romblon – 191 passengers, 7 vessels, 5 motor bancas, 28 rolling cargoes

    BICOL

    Albay – 856 passengers, 16 vessels, 5 motor bancas, 59 rolling cargoes

    Sorsogon – 23 passengers

    Catanduanes – 24 passengers, 1 vessel, 12 rolling cargoes

    Masbate – 9 passengers, 1 vessel, 1 motor banca, 10 rolling cargoes

    Camarines Sur – 27 passengers

    NORTHEASTERN LUZON

    Aparri – 4 passengers, 3 motor bancas. PNA

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