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View Diary: Supertyphoon Haiyan 195mph Sustained Winds, Strongest Landfall on Record, Striking Philippines (129 comments)

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  •  Some early morning reporting.... (2+ / 0-)
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    It left devastation in its wake, flooding streets and knocking out power and communication networks in many areas. Three people were reported dead, more than 100,000 took refuge in evacuation centers and hundreds of flights were canceled.
    CNN
    •  More from USA Today.... (1+ / 0-)
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      Television images showed a street under knee-deep floodwater carrying debris. Tin sheets ripped from roofs were flying above the street.

      Officials in Cebu province have shut down electric service to the northern part of the province to avoid electrocutions in case power pylons are toppled, said assistant regional civil defense chief Flor Gaviola.

      USA Today

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