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the major ports of CAgayan de Oro and Iligan were among the areas worst hit on Friday night. former congressman Ayi Hernandez said he and his family were at home in Cagayan de Oro late on Friday when they heard a loud "swooshing sound". he said the water rose to about 11ft feet(3.3m) in less than an hour, filling his home to the ceiling. これらの和訳をお願いします!

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   カガヤン・デ・オロおよびイリガンの主な港は、金曜の夜最大の被害を受けた。     元国会議員のアイ・ヘルナンデス氏は、家族と一緒に カガヤン・デ・オロの自宅にいたが金曜の夜遅く大きな「スウーシュという音」を聞いたと言った。     彼は1時間足らずの間に水位が11フィート(3.3メートル)上がり、自宅の天井にまで達したと述べた。

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