After experiencing the wrath of super typhoon Ulysses, Bulacan declared a state of calamity. Ulysses left one city and five towns flooded, making Calumpit being hit the hardest.

According to reports, the waters in Calumpit were as deep as 2.4 meters or at least 7’10 feet, more than the average height of a door.

While, towns of Baliwag, Hagonoy, Pulilan, Paombong, Marilao and Bocaue and Marilao City were under 1.2 meters to 1.8 meters of water. Classes in the province were suspended until November 30 due to unstable power supply which affects online class.

As of now, there are more than 7,000 residents who were left in their own shelters and 15,000 residents who fled to government shelters and another 100,000 are numbers of residents who experienced the flooding brought by the super typhoon.

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