PHOTOS: “Seniang” in Malaybalay

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Life goes on for this vegetable vendor in a Malaybalay City side street Monday afternoon as tropical storm Seniang dumps rain in Bukidnon and the rest of Mindanao
BukidnonNews.Net photo by Walter I. Balane

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A mother and her daughters peep through a window from their house in the side of the swelling Sawaga River, which grew from 0.83 meter around 10:40a.m. Sunday to 2.4 meters as of 4:50p.m. on Monday with heavy rains brought by tropical storm Seniang.
BukidnonNews.Net photo by Walter I. Balane

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Sawaga River, passing through downtown Malaybalay City, swells from 0.83 meter around 10:40a.m. Sunday to 2.4 meters as of 4:50p.m. on Monday with heavy rains brought by tropical storm Seniang. The river as seen from the Diversion Bridge in Brgy. Sumpong, where the Department of Science and Technology set up a stream gauge equipment.
BukidnonNews.Net photo by Walter I. Balane

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Curious children watch as debris float in Sawaga River, passing through downtown Malaybalay City. The water level in the river increased from 0.83 meter around 10:40a.m. Sunday to 2.4 meters as of 4:50p.m. on Monday (Dec. 29) with heavy rains brought by tropical storm Seniang. Photo taken from Diversion Bridge in Brgy. Sumpong.
BukidnonNews.Net photo by Walter I. Balane

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Women walk past a Malaybalay City side street Monday afternoon as rains, brought by tropical storm Seniang, continue to pour.
BukidnonNews.Net photo by Walter I. Balane