Ferry services were stopped on Sunday in Philippines after a strong typhoon named Utor approach the main land. People were warned against possible flash floods in the area. 3000 passengers were stranded in the Northeastern part of Philippines on Sunday as the ferry services were closed down.
The officials reported that the typhoon was quite strong with winds of 150 km per hour. This might get even stronger when hits the Philippines Sea before it approaches northeastern Aurora province Monday.
Around 31 passengers and cargo ferries were stopped from venturing into the sea and the climatic conditions were not right for travelling. The fishing boats were also stopped from sailing as reported by the officials.
Recently travelling has been affected due to climatic changes and recent natural hazards. Flash floods in some of the cities round the globe have made travelling impossible. The travelers are requested to take proper precautionary measures before setting there foot for traveling.