RESPONSE TEAM. An incident response team rushes to clean up fallen trees along the San Fernando-Mexico section of the North Luzon Highway during freak weather disruption Wednesday night that caused a traffic jam and power outage. (Chris Navaro)
The thunderstorm that hit the province on Wednesday night damaged at least a dozen homes in three coastal towns.
According to the report of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office on Thursday afternoon, a house in Barangay San Miguel in the city of Lubao was totally damaged after the onslaught of the storm.
Meanwhile, seven houses in Lubao, one in Masantol and four in San Luis were also partially damaged by the weather disturbances.
Along with the damaged homes, local DRRMO staff have already cleaned up fallen trees and other debris that was also caused by the storm.
No serious flooding caused by the storm was reported by the PDRRMO.
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