Bokod, Kibungan still under darkness

24/7 BENECO linemen work almost round the clock to restore power in Baguio City and Baguio with about 70.20 percent. Damage now stands at PHP6.8 million. NCO/PIO Baguio
The Benguet Electric Cooerative Saturday has restored about 70.20 percent of all connectivity in Baguio and Benguet according to its update Saturday morning.
Four days after typhoon Egay wreaked havoc in Luzon causing damages amounting to more than PHP2 billion in infrastructures and crops and casualties at 14, some of the households especially in far flung areas have yet to literally see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Bakun and Kibungan towns still remain under darkness with BENECO reporting zero percentage of restoration.
La Trinidad has the highest percentage of restored power with 93.81 percent.
The biggest consumer in Baguio has 86.77 restoration percentage with 13 of the 128 barangays already having power.
Tublay has 83.08 percent restoration followed by its neighbor, Atok with 78.38 percent. Sablan has a relatively higher percentage with 79.78 percent.
The mining town of Mankayan is cl9se to the average with 65.68 percent.
The remaining towns have less than 50 percentage restoration with Bokod at 44.74, Kabayan at 41.52 and Kapangan at 32.84 percent.
 Buguiaas has a mere 19.9 percent , while Itogon and Tuba practically remain under darkness with 18.41 and 10.52 percent, respectively.
The BENECO has reported that damages to its system is PHP 6.815 million. Pigeon Lobien



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