Pablo killed a total of 1,067 individuals in the five days the typhoon devastated Mindanao. Some 834 more people—including Loloy’s parents, his niece and her three-year-old daughter—remained missing in Pablo’s aftermath.
Loloy’s brother survived the flash flood but later succumbed to tetanus due to untreated wounds and scrapes sustained battling the current.
Some 2,666 persons suffered injuries due to Pablo, which affected 711,682 families or over 6.2 million individuals.
Pablo is considered the most devastating typhoon to hit the country since 1970 with damage to property reaching P36.9 billion.