The City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office reported no casualties, deaths and injuries during the reported street flooding incidents, which were from knee to waist deep, experienced on the eve of June 5 to June 6 dawn.

CDRRMO head Alfredo Baloran in an interview with the City Information Office said that they received no tragic reports related to the incident.

Based on the data from the CDRRMO, the flooded streets included those in the Buhangin and Poblacion district.

The affected streets in Buhangin Districts are Laverna hills, C.P. Garcia Road, Barangay Cabantian; the main road of NHA Buhangin, Buhangin Proper; Talisay Street, Buhangin Proper; Watusi Street, Buhangin Proper; New San Isidro, Buhangin Proper; Sandawa, Spring Valley, Buhangin Proper; Underpass, Diversion Road, Buhangin Proper; Carpenter Street, in Barangay Leon Garcia Sr.; and Old San Isidro. Buhangin Proper.

The affected streets in Poblacion District are R. Magsaysay Avenue corner Suazo Street, Barangay 30-D; Pelayo Street corner Bonifacio Street, Barangay 3-A; Torres Street corner Jacinto Street, Barangay 11-B; V. Mapa Street, Barangay 12-B; and J.P. Laurel Street corner Sta. Ana Avenue, Barangay 30-C.

Meanwhile, four canal overflows were also recorded in Purok YCF, Barangay San Antonio, Purok Freedom, Barangay San Antonio; Purok West Saint Anthony, Barangay San Antonio; and Purok Sarphil, Barangay Wilfredo Aquino.

A family of seven from New San Isidro, Barangay Buhangin Proper sought shelter at the Barangay Gym as the water level reached waist deep in their house. They were able to return to their house when the water subsided.

Baloran, in an interview with Davao City Disaster Radio Tuesday June 6, 2023, said that a joint re-assessment of the cause of the flooding problem is already set – in partnership with other offices such as the City Engineer’s Office, Ancillary Services Unit, and the Office of the City Planning and Development Coordinator. CIO