PHOTOS: Rolly Survivors Salvage Cars, Homes After Flood

Here are scenes from Batangas province, among the hardest hit.
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BATANGAS CITY -- Residents here on Monday scooped mud from their homes and flipped cars that were turned over by flash floods spawned by Super Typhoon Rolly. Batangas province is among the hardest hit by 2020's strongest storm so far.

In Barangay San Isidro several men used ropes to pull a Mistubishi Montero from a coconut tree.

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Elsewhere in the city, residents cleaned thick mud from their houses. The flood waters submerged their belongings, including family photos that were hung to dry under the sun.

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Thick mud left many roads passable only by foot. Residents dried out flood-soaked furniture on the streets.

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In these photos, a man tried to save what was left of his vulcanizing shop.

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