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Typhoon Yolanda in Pictures

by FFE PH News staff

As the government is still collecting data on the devastating effects of Friday’s typhoon, netizens and journalists in the areas affected reveal the real score on Yolanda:

The Philippines is barely visible in this photo taken by the Japan Meteorological Agency on Friday, 10:30am Manila time

Typhoon Yolanda as photographed by NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg from the International Space Station

The Philippine Coastguard in Manila prepares rescue equipment as pre-emptive evacuations are made all over Visayas. Photo by Niño Jesus Orbeta of Inquirer

Basic emergency equipment like flashlights and radios are sold out in Cebu two days before Yolanda made landfall. Photo by Sun Star Cebu

Panic buying depleted stores of food in Cebu. Photo by Rappler

A storm surge sweeps this house located in the port city of Legazpi, Albay

Residents of Tacloban City in Leyte survey the damage caused by wind and waves. Photo by Reuters correspondent Erik de Castro

Tacloban City, one of the hardest-hit areas, in the wake of the super typhoon as captured by Linus Guardian Escandor II

Survivors walking amidst fallen electric posts and debris in Tacloban City. Disrupted power and communication lines cut off the city and other devastated regions from the rest of the country. Photo by Reuters correspondent Romeo Ranoco

Reuters correspondent Romeo Ranoco captures a typhoon survivor as she surveys her collapsed house in Tacloban City

Agence France-Presse (AFP) photographs a survivor as he weeps in a stadium turned evacuation centre in Tacloban City

Twitter user Erel Cabatbat photographs a young girl she searches for her mother while queuing for help

Hurricane chaser and photographer Jim Edds captures life in a church turned evacuation centre in Tanauan, Leyte

Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) volunteers repacking relief goods in Pasay City, Saturday. Photo by Danny Pata of GMA Network News

Hundreds of Leyte residents are heading for the ravaged Tacloban airport to line up for relief goods. Photo by Julianne Love De Jesus of Inquirer.net

DSWD personnel hand out relief goods to survivors in Tacloban City. Goods have to be transported on foot as roads remain impassable

President Aquino handing out relief to survivors at an evacuation centre in Leyte province. Photo by Ryan Lim of the Malacañang Photo Bureau

Kids calling for aid through Red Cross Cebu

A Philippine flag flutters in the breeze while the backdrop reveals the devastated Tacloban airport. Photo by Reuters correspondent Romeo Ranoco



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