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Satellite image of Typhoon Lola [1993] : Stock Photo
Typhoon Lola struck the Philippines and Vietnam in December 1993. It killed 177 people and wrecked 50,000 homes on Luzon island, and caused $7.5 million damage to crops. In Vietnam it killed 17 people and ripped the roofs off 4,000 homes.

Satellite image of Typhoon Lola [1993]

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Typhoon Lola struck the Philippines and Vietnam in December 1993. It killed 177 people and wrecked 50,000 homes on Luzon island, and caused $7.5 million damage to crops. In Vietnam it killed 17 people and ripped the roofs off 4,000 homes.
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World Perspectives
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