Typhoon Butchoy kills one, affects more than 2,000

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Image from PAGASA shows the location of Typhoon Butchoy (international name: Nepartak) as of 4 a.m. on Friday.

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — The National Disaster Council on Saturday confirmed one casualty of Typhoon Butchoy (international name: Nepartak) in the country.

The victim was identified as John Michael Lunes, 14, who supposedly drowned while swimming in a creek in Cainta, Rizal.

Kyle Jaradal, a 15-year-old boy from Valenzuela City, has been reported missing.

The social welfare department is currently serving around 700 affected families (more than 2,000 persons) from Zambales, Bataan, Rizal, and Batangas. More than a hundred of them are staying in evacuation centers. Food packs were also distributed to the affected families.

Read: 'Like a bomb's gone off:' Super Typhoon Nepartak slams Taiwan

Heavy rains have also caused flooding in 24 areas around the National Capital Region and Central Luzon, but most have already subsided and the roads are now passable.

On July 8 (Friday), landslides occured in Busuanga, Palawan and in Antipolo City, while a rockslide occured in Pasig City.

Read: Minor landslide hits Valle Verde in Pasig City

Butchoy left the Philippine Area of Responsibility at 3 p.m. on Friday and headed to Taiwan, where it killed three and injured hundreds.

The supertyphoon made landfall in China on Saturday afternoon.

CNN Philippines' AC Nicholls contributed to this report.