PHOTOS: What Typhoon Glenda Did Around Manila
Glenda is a bitch to trees (and cars, and buildings, and people)
(SPOT.ph) Glenda didn’t bring in heavy rain, but it did pack strong winds. Early Wednesday morning, July 16, winds of up to 185 kph wreaked havoc, uprooting and toppling trees, blowing away bits from buildings, and pulling away vehicles (some with people in them). The gusts were sto strong that they even clunked together parked Boeing aircrafts.
Here are some photos from social media that detail Glenda’s destructive stay in Manila.
An uprooted rubber tree crushed a car in Magallanes. Photo from ANC by Zhander Cayabyab
Strong winds uprooted a hundred-year-old Acacia tree in Malacañang. Photo from Inquirer.net by Gil Nartea (Malacañang Photo Bureau)
More trees and some rage. Photo from @chad0minic
It looks like Glenda peeled off one side of Glorietta. Photo from @herenshah
UP Los Baños. Photo from @itsbeben11
The strong winds also shattered a panel from Zuellig’s left side. Photo from GMA News by Henri Dumont
The ABS-CBN building sustained some minor damage. Photo from @tina_marasigan
St. Paul College in Pasig. Photo from @margaretkho
B for Blown Away? Photo from @tinevillamaria
Uprooted trees in BGC. Photo by Ren Toledo
Several panels from one side of SM Aura were blown away, leaving the building exposed. Photo/Video from @pauline_recio
Trees in UP Diliman toppled over. Photo by Lynn Lopez