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Five fishermen died while 50 more were rescued when Typhoon “Jolina” unleashed its anger in several parts of Luzon and the Visayas.

In Samar, four fishermen drowned after strong waves hit various small fishing vessels off the waters of the eastern Visayas.

Police Staff Sgt. Delon Salazar from the Sto. Niño City Police Station said all fishermen came from different areas and were rescued after reaching the coastal waters of their city.

He said 52-year-old Alejandro Solayao and 39-year-old Sanieboy Ebayan, both from Tacloban City, were found dead on the coast of Sto. Niño City around 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

However, Salazar said that 50 survivors from Catbalogan City and the cities of Daram, Tarangnan and Zumarraga in Samar were rescued.

“They came from different areas. The strong waves brought them to our coasts here, ”said Salazar.

In Marinduque, the 21-year-old fisherman Jovert Garay died drowned when his fishing vessel was damaged by strong winds and waves and later sank in the waters of the town of Buenavista .

Lt. Col. Imelda Tolentino, spokeswoman for Regional Police Office 4B, said four other companions of Garay are still missing.

The missing fishermen were identified by some survivors as Bobby Villavicencio, Bernie Villavicencio, Hermis Villavicencio and Mario Mendito identified all residents of Barangay Tungib-Lipata in the town of Buenavista.

Tolentino said the fishermen were on board the FB Green Horse, which set sail somewhere in Palawan on August 28 to continue fishing. They were on their way from Lucena City to Buenavista, where they had unloaded their catch when the incident happened.

Meanwhile, “Jolina” destroyed 53 houses in Masbate and damaged 218 others, according to data from the civil defense office in Bicol emerges. It also left approximately pesos 13.793 million in damage to fishing boats and equipment, as well as fishing ponds in the province.