Flooding, landslides kill at least 25 people in Philippines

  • This photo provided by the Philippine Coast Guard, shows a landslide area at Baybay City, Leyte province, central Philippines Monday, April 11, 2022. Heavy rains caused by a summer tropical depression killed at least several people in the central and southern Philippines, mostly due to landslides, officials said Monday. (Philippine Coast Guard via AP)

  • In this handout photo provided by the Philippine Coast Guard, rescuers evacuate a resident to safer ground at Abuyog, Leyte province, central Philippines on Sunday April 10, 2022. Heavy rains caused by a summer tropical depression killed at least several people in the central and southern Philippines, mostly due to landslides, officials said Monday. (Philippine Coast Guard via AP)

  • In this handout photo provided by the Philippine Coast Guard, residents are evacuated by rescuers in a flooded village in Panitan, Panay island, Philippines on Tuesday. (Philippine Coast Guard/via AP)

MANILA, Philippines — Heavy rains caused by a summer tropical depression killed at least 25 people in the central and southern Philippines, mostly due to landslides, officials said Monday.