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Life and death continue amidst the floods in the Philippines

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The casket of Nelida Gregorio, 89, who died of a heart attack gets lifted up into a gravesite in a flooded cemetery next to the swollen Pampanga River August 15, 2012 in Bulacan, Philippines. A tropical storm hit the Northern Luzon bringing days of wet weather to a region still recovering from massive flooding. According to the Office of Civil Defense the floods have left at least 96 people dead with the flooding effecting up to 2.68 million people, including more than 440,000 fleeing to evacuation centers, in Manila and surrounding provinces.

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Family and friends of Nelida Gregorio, 89, who died of a heart attack, mourn her death during a funeral service as they stand in knee deep water in a flooded cemetery next to the swollen Pampanga River on August 15 in Bulacan, Philippines. A tropical storm hit the Northern Luzon bringing days of wet weather to a region still recovering from massive flooding. According to the Office of Civil Defense the floods have left at least 96 people dead with the flooding effecting up to 2.68 million people, including more than 440,000 fleeing to evacuation centers, in Manila and surrounding provinces.

 

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