Relief for the Victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines

U.S. Aircraft carrier arrives providing much needed food, medicine and clean water.
1:04 | 11/14/13

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Next we have some hopeful news from overseas now. The philippines where there is hope tonight for families in desperate need. Thanks to a u.S. Aircraft carrier, food, medicine and tonight clean water have begun to arrive. Terry moran is there. The sun is coming up on day 7 after the storm struck. There is no question this massive relief effort has turned a corner as the muscle and the capacity of the u.S. Military are brought to bear. The aircraft carrier george washington has now arrived among many assets they bring 21 helicopters. Our colleague touring those remote areas which need help so desperately. Finally we're seeing people receiving aid and in the city of tacloban the mayor says all 130 neighborhoods are getting food aid. Also as we saw the grim task of collecting the bodies has begun. There are still enormous challenges ahead and thousands of lives at risk.

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