Typhoon Pedring did not just reduce the Baywalk on Roxas Boulevard into rubble, it made UP Diliman a disaster zone as well.
Fallen tree branches were cleaned up as soon as it was possible to do so. In one YouTube video taken by RJfromSD, one can see how destructive Typhoon Pedring was –not sparing of course the University Avenue and the academic oval we always see as clean and in order.
Yesterday, as photos from different people who live nearby UP Diliman and former students who still visit the university from time to time posted photos of the aftermath on social networking sites Twitter and Facebook.
As of 4 AM today, Typhoon Pedring is already moving northwest of Baguio City and by 11 AM it is officially moving away from the Philippines.