* fish coral – P300,000 in Estancia * livestock / swine – 87 heads valuedat P521,000 (Estancia, P471,000; Batad, P50,000) ILOILO – Damage that this provinceincurred from typhoon “Ursula” is expected to exceed P104 million. “Indipa gid ini final kay partial data gihapon,”said Bionat./PN Corn losses covered 233 hectares andvalued at P34,041,000 (Batad, P19,593,000; Estancia, P14,448,000). Damage to other crops was 75.63hectares wide and valued at P1,930,500. * poultry – 2,138 heads valued atP611,000 (Ajuy, P459,000; Estancia, P152,000) * fishpond – P60,000 in Ajuy * fishing boats – 97 units valued atP4,510,820 (Estancia, P3,320,000; Ajuy, P1,030,000; Concepcion, P160,820) Here are the other losses that thefour towns reported: Bionat said 11,813 houses werepartially damaged and 2,420 totally damaged in 10 areas – San Dionisio,Balasan, Batad, Carles, Sara, Passi City, Concepcion, Ajuy, Estancia, andBingawan. PAN-AY RIVER BURSTS. This aerial shot of Pontevedra, Capiz shows the Pan-ay River overflowing, its murky water engulfing residential and commercial areas of the municipality, and turning vast rice fields into instant rivers as well. Other towns in Capiz also reported flooding, prompting the provincial government to declare a state of calamity. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN The four towns were Ajuy, Batad,Concepcion, and Estancia. Their combined rice lands affected by the storm were902.80 hectares wide, incurring a damage in rice production reachingP61,216,050 (Ajuy, P22,990,000; Batad, P22,866,050; and Estancia, P15,360,000). * seaweeds, etc. – P1,541,980 inConcepcion Four towns have so far submittedreports to the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office(PDRRMO) and their combined losses reached P104,732,350, said office chief Dr.Jerry Bionat.