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Typhoon Kammuri slams into Philippines, forcing thousands to flee Typhoon Kammuri slams into Philippines, forcing thousands to flee
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Typhoon Kammuri has made landfall in the central Philippines, at the southern end of Luzon island.Typhoon Kammuri has made landfall in the central Philippines, at the southern end of Luzon island.
Some 200,000 residents have been evacuated from coastal and mountainous areas over fears of flooding, storm surges and landslides.Some 200,000 residents have been evacuated from coastal and mountainous areas over fears of flooding, storm surges and landslides.
Operations at Manila international airport will be suspended for 12 hours from 11:00 on Tuesday (03:00 GMT).
Some events at the Southeast Asian Games, which opened on Saturday, have been cancelled or re-scheduled.Some events at the Southeast Asian Games, which opened on Saturday, have been cancelled or re-scheduled.
Operations at Manila international airport were suspended for 12 hours from 11:00 on Tuesday (03:00 GMT).
One Canadian traveller who arrived in Manila from the central island of Cebu on Monday said it was "the most turbulent flight" she ever took.
"I just discovered what airsickness is," Constance Benoit, 23, told the AFP news agency.
The storm, which made landfall in Sorsogon province, is said to have sustained winds of up to 155km/h (96mph), with gusts of up to 235km/h.The storm, which made landfall in Sorsogon province, is said to have sustained winds of up to 155km/h (96mph), with gusts of up to 235km/h.
Storm surges of up to three metres (nearly 10ft) are expected, the weather service said.Storm surges of up to three metres (nearly 10ft) are expected, the weather service said.
Tens of thousands had already fled their homes in the east of the country, where the typhoon was expected to hit first.Tens of thousands had already fled their homes in the east of the country, where the typhoon was expected to hit first.
But some decided to stay despite the storm's impending arrival.But some decided to stay despite the storm's impending arrival.
"The wind is howling. Roofs are being torn off and I saw one roof flying," Gladys Castillo Vidal told AFP news agency."The wind is howling. Roofs are being torn off and I saw one roof flying," Gladys Castillo Vidal told AFP news agency.
"We decided to stay because our house is a two-storey made of concrete... hopefully it can withstand the storm.""We decided to stay because our house is a two-storey made of concrete... hopefully it can withstand the storm."
Organisers of the Southeast Asian Games have suspended some competitions, including windsurfing, adding that other events would be delayed if necessary.Organisers of the Southeast Asian Games have suspended some competitions, including windsurfing, adding that other events would be delayed if necessary.
But there is no plan to extend the games, which are due to end on 11 December.But there is no plan to extend the games, which are due to end on 11 December.
Dozens of flights have been cancelled or diverted and schools in affected provinces were closed, the AP news agency reports.
The country is hit by an average of 20 typhoons each year.The country is hit by an average of 20 typhoons each year.