Four Haiyan stories of fear, the fight for survival
Narcissa Abordo, a 65-year-old grandmother from Tacloban, awoke to the sound of the winds of Typhoon Haiyan about 3 a.m. last Friday.
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#1 Nov 14, 2013
in regards to the typhoon in Tacloban rescue efforts..has anyone thought about using helicopters
to drop food..water..medical supplys to the areas
that are next to impossible to get into..also use cadaver dogs to help find the missing in the debris
surely to God..they can at lease do that..its heart breaking to see families looking thru the debris
for a love one..
london, ontario canada
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