The Philippines are now on 'high alert' due to a "explosive" situation.
On Sunday, Super Typhoon Noru made landfall off the eastern coast of Manila.
Its way toward the main island of the Philippines, putting emergency services on high alert.
Noru, or Super Typhoon Karding as it's called in its home country, poses a "severe danger" to life and property.
"Super typhoon category following a period of rapid strengthening," they warned.
Officials predicted the storm would "very likely" "stay a typhoon while traversing the mainland".