Passenger Boat Capsized In Ormoc Leyte Philippines

By | July 2, 2015

A Passenger Boat capsized in Ormoc Leyte, the Philippines.


It is believed that 36 passengers might be dead. 19 more

passengers are being searched including the boat Captain.

The Figures came from the NDRRMC/PCG.


The Passenger Boat capsized due to strong waves.


The Passenger Boat just leave the wharf when it capsized.


Authorities are quick to response to save the passengers but

many are already dead.


The Boat left the Ormoc Wharf at 12:15 noon. The Boat was

full of passengers.



From the wharf, only the hull of the passenger boat is visible.


People are seen standing on top of the boat’s hull.

In the other parts of the sea, it can be seen that the other

passengers are swimming towards the shore.


The Capsized Boat allegedly backed up from the wharf and when

it turned to towards its destination, the boat tilted and

capsized in just 10 minutes.


The Philippine Coast Guard are quick to response but when

their speed boat arrived, many passengers are already dead.


Some of those who survived do not know the fate or their



The Boat has a height of 178 feet. The Boat was carrying 173



Under Secretary Alexander Pama, the executive director of NDRRMC

said that search and rescue is vigorously and continuously



Some Passengers said that aside from the passengers, the boat

also carried sacks of cements and sacks of rice.

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