PHOTOS: SENDONG AFTERMATH: Baungon, Bukidnon

Workers load Wednesday rice and poultry trays transferred from across the Bubunawan River in Imbatug, Baungon, Bukidnon. Eleven bridges connecting the town to the rest of Bukidnon and Cagayan de Oro were destroyed by flashfloods brought by tropical storm Sendong. Bukidnon News photo by Walter I. Balane

Volunteers pull a makeshift barge Wednesday along Tumalaong River loaded with relief goods from the Bukidnon provincial government . Eleven bridges connecting the town to the rest of Bukidnon and Cagayan de Oro were destroyed by flashfloods brought by tropical storm Sendong. Bukidnon News photo by Walter I. Balane

Victor Estillore, father of missing Cepalco engineer Mark Estillore, aided by his son’s pet and another sniffing dog search Wednesday the area where the flooded electric power plant workers’ quarters used to stand. Bukidnon News photo by Walter I. Balane

Victor Estillore, father of missing Cepalco engineer Mark Estillore, points to the area where the flooded electric power plant workers’ quarters used to stand. His son, Mark an engineer was among those who remained missing. (see related story) Bukidnon News photo by Walter I. Balane

Emily Pacuño, 37, laments the increase of fares to as much as double from Baungon to Cagayan de Oro making it more difficult for her family to look for missing relatives in Cagayan de Oro (see related story) Bukidnon News photo by Walter I. Balane

Reynor Doluna Sr, 53, shows the picture of his missing son Reynor Jr, who was carried by rampaging flood waters in the Tumalaong River, Baungon, Bukidnon. (see related story) Bukidnon News photo by Walter I. Balane

Reynor Doluna Sr, 53, whose son Reynor Jr, 23, remains missing after he was carried by rampaging flood waters in the Tumalaong River, Baungon, Bukidnon, is worried about the state of his wife (left) who still could not accept the news. Bukidnon News photo by Walter I. Balane

Volunteers from Brgy. Lingating and neighboring villages take a 40-meter trip on a makeshift barge along Tumaloang River in Baungon town Wednesday to escort relief goods from the Bukidnon provincial government. Eleven bridges connecting the town to the rest of Bukidnon and Cagayan de Oro were destroyed by flashfloods brought by tropical storm Sendong. Bukidnon News photo by Walter I. Balane

BACK TO BASIC. Workers use the beast of burden to transfer cargo from a truck to another across the Bubunawan River in Imbatug, Baungon, Bukidnon. Eleven bridges connecting the town to the rest of Bukidnon and Cagayan de Oro were destroyed by flashfloods brought by tropical storm Sendong. Bukidnon News photo by Walter I. Balane

A bulldozer operator clears debris from along the bank of Bubunawan River in Cabli, Imbatug, Baungon. Bukidnon News photo by Walter I. Balane

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