Typhoon Odette leaves at least 208 dead – PNP
MANILA, Philippines – Typhoon Odette, which devastated the Visayas and Mindanao, has left at least 208 people dead, according to the tally of the Philippine National Police (PNP).
On Monday, December 20, PNP spokesperson Colonel Roderick Augustus Alba shared the consolidated data of the national police. Based on the tally, Central Visayas recorded the highest number of deaths with 129, as of 6 am on December 20.
Caraga followed with 41 total deaths. Meanwhile, Western Visayas recorded 24 deaths, Northern Mindanao had seven, Eastern Visayas had six, and Zamboanga Peninsula recorded one death.
The breakdown of missing and injured are as follows:
43 – Central Visayas
8 – Caraga
1 – Eastern Visayas
118 – Caraga
103 – Central Visayas
15 – Eastern Visayas
3 – Northern Mindanao
Since the typhoon hit between December 14 to 17, the PNP has been monitoring Typhoon Odette through its regional and local police units.