4 ships crash as Ulysses hits
The Philippine Star|November 13, 2020
Four ships crashed as strong winds brought by Typhoon Ulysses buffeted Metro Manila yesterday.
Marc Jayson Cayabyab, Ghio Ong

In Navotas, an abandoned fishing vessel rammed a bridge at past midnight.

Navotas disaster risk reduction and management officer Vonne Villanueva said the fishing vessel crashed into the Road 10 bridge and destroyed the railings and a solar-powered lamp post.

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