Wow, I'm totally surprised at this topic. I didn't expect anyone to notice our country. o_o
We got ravaged as well, though thankfully not as bad as others had. The flood was as high as my neck inside our house, and I'm a 6 footer. : / We got to save the electronics, but our chairs, cabinets and other woodworks were wrecked. Cleaning is nearly finished, but we didn't bother arranging everything again.
Our neighbor (who rents) nearly drowned. She didn't want to move to our house while the water was still tolerable (like, waist deep outside), but she got into serious trouble when the heavy rain didn't stop, to the point that it was already at her neck in her home... while standing on bed. She can't get out, because the flood is higher, so my dad had to swim to rescue her. She didn't get to save anything, her laptop got drenched (she recovered it a day after she was rescued), but dunno if it still worked. I told her to take off the battery and let it dry, for that slim chance.
Worst flood in my whole memory. The last worst flood was nowhere near this. Hell this flood even got into malls. SM Marikina, a mall built beside the river, had the whole underground sunk, with the first floor having flooded about waist deep because the river rose so high. You can't even see the road, so it's dangerous since you might fall off into the river. God knows what happened to the cars in its underground parking.
It was said that a month's worth of rainfall fell down in just a few hours. : /