Super Typhoon Rolly (international name: Goni) caused heavy damage to infrastructure in Catanduanes after it slammed over the municipality of Bato before dawn on Sunday.
In District 3 in Gigmoto, residents walked by the sea on Sunday to see for themselves the damage caused by Rolly on a road, as seen in a photo shared by YouScooper John Emmanuel Tayo.
Residents said some roofs were blown off houses due to Rolly's very strong winds.
LOOK: Sitwasyon sa District 3, Gigmoto, Catanduanes matapos dumaan ang Super Typhoon #RollyPH, kuha kahapon ni YouScooper John Emmanuel Tayo. Nasira ang isang bahagi ng kalsada sa tabi ng dagat at nawalan ng bubong ang ilang bahay sa kanilang lugar dahil sa bagyo. pic.twitter.com/8pqjmJj2EB— Unang Hirit (@UnangHirit) November 1, 2020
In the municipality of Viga, some houses were totally destroyed and trees and electric posts fell.
Ganito ang sitwasyong nadatnan kahapon ng LGU ng Viga, Catanduanes sa kanilang lugar matapos manalasa ang Bagyong...Posted by GMA News on Sunday, November 1, 2020
The Office of Civil Defense Region V said in its Sunday night report that one person died in the province.
National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council executive director Undersecretary Ricardo Jalad said they have lost contact on Sunday with Catanduanes after the landfall.
The entire province was placed under the highest warning, Tropical Cyclone Wind Signal No. 5, ahead of Rolly's passage. —KG, GMA News