Photo credits © Ian Soliva & © Glen Guarin
It all started when news broke out about a super typhoon broiling over the Pacific with its projected path to hit the eastern side of the Philippines, just weeks after the devastating earthquake struck the same region. Friday morning, November 8, 2013, Typhoon Yolanda, internationally known as Haiyan, began its onslaught leaving horrific images to the people of Leyte & Samar. The whole country went on a standstill for a moment trying to grasp the severity of the damage inflicted by the Category 5-equivalent typhoon while the rest of the world began to raise their cause to lend a hand to the badly damaged provinces.
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