More than 180,000 people were affected or evacuated as a deadly Vamco typhoon-hit Philippines on Wednesday night. Typhoon made landslides in the area, killing at least six people and ten missings.
Philippines has witnessed the second dangerous typhoon in the last two weeks.
According to Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), it was the Category 2 hurricane that made its first landfall in Patnanungan and then continued west to hit the island of Luzon.
Vamco, which thrashed Philippines with sustained winds of 150 kilometres (90 miles) per hour, is likely to head towards the central region of Vietnam.