PULILAN (AFP) - Typhoon Nalgae lashed the Philippines on Saturday, killing one person and bringing fresh misery for more than a million people trapped by earlier storm floods, officials said. The weather service said Nalgae swept out into the South China Sea after a six-hour daytime rampage on the main island of Luzon, but disaster management chief Benito Ramos said millions of people remained in danger. The fight is not over yet, he told AFP, explaining that the rain-soaked Cordillera mountains on the typhoons direct path, which have a total population of about three million, now faced the threat of landslides.