Super Typhoon Survivors Desperate for Aid

Emergency teams in the Philippines are rushing to deliver supplies to stranded families.
1:42 | 11/12/13

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It's been four days since a monster typhoon pounded the philippines. Many left in its wake are desperate for aid. Typhoon caused severe damage. And this is why. New images of the monster up close. Waves smacked the coast as a wall of water pushed inland, reaching 20 feet high, obliterating every structure in its path. The challenge now, getting to those who need help the most. We joined a chopper, below us, devastation. Homes shattered. Without food or water. Locals fled to the airport, desperate to escape. The military giving parents with the youngest victims priority. And 18-year-old american from colorado was there with a local host family. Truckloads of dead bodies. And we were talking to a friend who lives in the neighborhood next door. And apparently like 50 little kids got sucked away and it's just horrible. Throngs wait at the gates for more food and water. She had swam and clung to a post during the storm. Now in the rubble, she gave birth to a little girl. Oh my god. Gloria rivera, abc news.

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