Typhoon Haiyan: Estimated 1,200 People Killed In Major Philippine City

Fri, November 8, 2013 11:59pm EST by 9 Comments
Philippines Typhoon
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Kae

Posted at 4:38 AM on November 11, 2013  

Typhoon Yolanda brought about thousands of deaths and billions of pesos of property damages. Authorities estimate the number of deaths to rise up to 10,000 as more and more bodies are recovered everyday. The calamity has left many of our fellowmen homeless, desperate, hungry and devastated by the loss of their loved ones.

Among the victims of the typhoon are my team mates’ families. They are clueless about the condition of their loved ones as there are no means of communication. Seeing aftermath photos of their hometown made them more weary, not being able to eat, sleep, and think properly. They are also unsure about how to go home; most of the roads are blocked due to damages brought by the typhoon. There’s not enough words to comfort you guys. My prayer goes to these affected communities.

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aymar swan

Posted at 2:13 AM on November 10, 2013  

am so sorry!!!!

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Mondy ukz

Posted at 8:38 AM on November 9, 2013  

Rip to those ppl that got killed and this could happen anywhere

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Mrs. wright

Posted at 5:08 AM on November 9, 2013  

Start donating to the Red Cross and try to put together a drive in your local community to help these people. There is complete devastation. God be with them and comfort them through this unimaginable time.

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antonette drosario (@enna_anne77)

Posted at 5:54 AM on November 9, 2013  

thank you for the prayers it means so much

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abe

Posted at 12:43 AM on November 9, 2013  

well, they’re getting used to this misery.

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antonette drosario (@enna_anne77)

Posted at 5:50 AM on November 9, 2013  

i hope this does not happen whatever country ur from.we dont need people like u, we have God to comfort us,in fact i bet ur life is more miserable than us bec u dont have a heart

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Falser Indelicacies (@bunot)

Posted at 2:31 AM on November 10, 2013  

Aren’t we a cold-hearted son of a b*tch.

As you can see, every devastation we a country experiences, we always stand up.
The spirit of being a Filipino is water proof.

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Monisha

Posted at 11:05 PM on November 8, 2013  

May Jesus rescue the family members from sadness and make them braver. Amen. m0n!$h@

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