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THE DAY IN PHOTOS: December 2, 2019

ABS-CBN News

Posted at Dec 03 2019 12:54 AM | Updated as of Dec 03 2019 08:54 AM

Samar fishermen prepare for typhoon Tisoy

Fishermen help one another lift a boat to safer ground in a coastal barangay in Borongan, Eastern Samar on Monday. Authorities have raised the yellow warning as signal number 2 is up in Eastern Visayas due to typhoon Tisoy. Alren Beronio, ABS-CBN News

Baguio ushers in yuletide season

Students join other sectors in a lantern parade to usher in the yuletide season in Baguio City on Sunday. The cool climate in December draws thousands of visitors to the hinterland city for the holidays. ABS-CBN News

Typhoon Tisoy nears Albay

A child plays along the coastline in Legazpi City in Albay on Monday as the province prepares for expected heavy rains and strong winds typhoon Tisoy may bring. Signal number three has been hoisted in Albay province as the typhoon nears landfall. Basilio H. Sepe, Greenpeace handout

Taking a fall

Chloe Shane Gatlabayan cries in pain following a bad fall during her vault performance in the women's artistic individual all-around gymnastics during the 30th Southeast Asia Games in Manila, Monday. The Philippines has won one gold so far in gymnastics, courtesy of world champion Carlos Yulo in the men's all-around Sunday. Czar Dancel, ABS-CBN

Weight lifted off her shoulders

A smiling Hidilyn Diaz celebrates winning a weightlifting gold in the SEA Games women’s 55-kg division on Monday. This is the athlete’s first gold in the regional meet, winning in front of her parents and countrymen, after settling for silver in 2011 and 2013. Jonathan Cellona, ABS-CBN News

Worth the effort

Fernando Casares starts to run after being tagged by Kim Mangrobang during the mixed relay in SEA Games triathlon in Subic on Monday. Mangrobang’s efforts were not wasted as she, Casares, John Chicano and Claire Adorna dominated the competition to give the Philippines the gold and sweep the triathlon events. Mark Demayo, ABS-CBN News

Lighting up Malacañang

President Rodrigo Duterte leads the lighting of the Malacañang Christmas tree at the Palace grounds on Monday. The tree, which is 40 feet long and measures 18 feet in diameter at its base, is decorated with 1,393 pieces of Christmas balls, 1,235 pieces of LED bulbs, and 1,235 pieces of ornamental white, blue, and red stars. Ace Morandante, Presidential Photo