6 Days After Typhoon, Victims Still Desperate for Necessities

Relief operations are challenging because it is difficult to reach remote areas.
1:04 | 11/14/13

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Six days after the horrific typhoon hit the -- family's home. And the best they could do right now is to hang on in hunger there's -- sickness. What -- really need these food. Safe drinking was there and then. Materials for us clean our house. It is a race against time here is workers and volunteers are well aware of that desperation. I have friends and loved and I don't have money -- outgun them that his smile and you may now being in helping them that I am here to volunteer. And I feel -- -- about. Agency workers say -- operation has been on logistical nightmare. That victims are spread out and -- remote islands impossible to reach when roads are damaged and covered with debris of the best. Option now to reach the victims three American naval ship on its way to quit with helicopters capable of America and -- good. And also a -- bring victims to NATO ABC news some guidance in the Philippines.

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