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[万花筒] 2013-11-10&11-14 超级台风“海燕”肆虐

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Super-Typhoon Cuts Trail of Destruction in Philippines


Officials say 10,000 feared dead from storm that destroyed 80 percent of everything in its path


 

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[Homework]2013-11-10&11-14 超级台风“海燕”肆虐

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This was it, Super typhoon Heiyin moving over the P this weekend, bringing with wind close to around 200 miles per hour, moving over the islands, turning that speed from 48 hours straight.Tonight humanities crisis of an enormal scope, this is what the typhoon is in the flight from the space streching from 300 miles wide. By senate estimates, the death toll is as many as 10,000, perhaps even more and this is what left behind. You can see the light of the destruction right there. The tree is still standing right there. Everything else, the path of the storm wipe away. Hundreds of thousands of family is homeless this evening, making their way through what is left so many simply looking for food for the children. This little girl in an grown-up's tattered T-shirts stands there over the table so many simply stun by the devadation around it. Tonight the international help is on the way, the disater rein being loaded on the plane, here is the latest time at this hour. At least 4 million people are affected,of course that terrific the death toll. The super typhoon destroy 80% of everything at its parth. ABC's  by here with the science behind the strength of the storm. But first our team's reporting from the devasdation P is ABC's glorish in the P tonight. From N ,parts of the clo under water. The airport flattened, the roof demoslised, commercial planes to evacuate impossible. We do not have homes, we need food, light. Locals fled to the airport,desperate to escape. The military gave the parents with the youngest priority.I just want to show you right now this is the airport D , you can see the roof ripped off, debries. And lines of people who are coming here to to the airport. No garantee, they called them chances hopinf for a chance to get out. Force of increasing looding, Some officers are back, but they feel helpless. All of their evacuation stands are either callappsed or sustained huge amount of damage. So really people, really living in the open area, the people also really need food and water.Everyone starts to lut in order to get any kind of food. Sea 130 aircraft are landing, bring in emergency suppliers. Typhoon Heiyin ricked habit across this pvis . The damage sever, the challenge now getting to those who need help the most. For so many here still searching for their loves ones, it seems there is only heartache.Thanks to G with nice chancers looking for a chance of this people at the airport left was the Ginj  with this now So you have been tracking so many this part of the world, now hurricans allowed people to say this is the euqivilent to a  catergory five, and a strong one.  Typhoon is a cyclone, Things are differen in different parts of the world. You know hurricans the ,but David fisrt I want to show you this picture because it really gives an idea of of this huge heavy bones pushed ashore, and what was happening in the strong strom. Either, we do not have concret no scientifically,we know at least 135 miles per sustained winds up to 195 miles Atlantic fall makes this, are potentially NO 1 historically on the planet storm because it whn you finally want to be that. What astonish me is buzzes svice to going to P in 48 hours at that strength, at least catergory 5. That is  wild to think of cause we have them  a diray right away, the storm research, at least  50-60 at some points of 25,that would fear a second storey building.
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This was it, Super typhoon Heiyin moving over the P this weekend, bringing with wind close to around 200 miles per hour, moving over the islands, turning that speed from 48 hours straight.Tonight humanities crisis of an enormal scope, this is what the typhoon is in the flight from the space streching from 300 miles wide. By senate estimates, the death toll is as many as 10,000, perhaps even more and this is what left behind. You can see the light of the destruction right there. The tree is still standing right there. Everything else, the path of the storm wipe away. Hundreds of thousands of family is homeless this evening, making their way through what is left so many simply looking for food for the children. This little girl in an grown-up's tattered T-shirts stands there over the table so many simply stun by the devadation around it. Tonight the international help is on the way, the disater rein being loaded on the plane, here is the latest time at this hour. At least 4 million people are affected,of course that terrific the death toll. The super typhoon destroy 80% of everything at its parth. ABC's  by here with the science behind the strength of the storm. But first our team's reporting from the devasdation P is ABC's glorish in the P tonight. From N ,parts of the clo under water. The airport flattened, the roof demoslised, commercial planes to evacuate impossible. We do not have homes, we need food, light. Locals fled to the airport,desperate to escape. The military gave the parents with the youngest priority.I just want to show you right now this is the airport D , you can see the roof ripped off, debries. And lines of people who are coming here to to the airport. No garantee, they called them chances hopinf for a chance to get out. Force of increasing looding, Some officers are back, but they feel helpless. All of their evacuation stands are either callappsed or sustained huge amount of damage. So really people, really living in the open area, the people also really need food and water.Everyone starts to lut in order to get any kind of food. Sea 130 aircraft are landing, bring in emergency suppliers. Typhoon Heiyin ricked habit across this pvis . The damage sever, the challenge now getting to those who need help the most. For so many here still searching for their loves ones, it seems there is only heartache.Thanks to G with nice chancers looking for a chance of this people at the airport left was the Ginj  with this now So you have been tracking so many this part of the world, now hurricans allowed people to say this is the euqivilent to a  catergory five, and a strong one.  Typhoon is a cyclone, Things are differen in different parts of the world. You know hurricans the ,but David fisrt I want to show you this picture because it really gives an idea of of this huge heavy bones pushed ashore, and what was happening in the strong strom. Either, we do not have concret no scientifically,we know at least 135 miles per sustained winds up to 195 miles Atlantic fall makes this, are potentially NO 1 historically on the planet storm because it whn you finally want to be that. What astonish me is buzzes svice to going to P in 48 hours at that strength, at least catergory 5. That is  wild to think of cause we have them  a diray right away, the storm research, at least  50-60 at some points of 25,that would fear a second storey building.
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This was it, super typhoon Haiyan moving over the Philippines this weekend, bringing with it winds close to 200 mph, moving over the islands, churning at that speed for up to 48 hours straight.

Tonight a humanitarian crisis of enormous scope playing out. This is what the typhoon looks like from space, stretching 300 miles wide. By some estimates, the death toll is as many as 10,000, perhaps even more, and this is what’s left behind. You can see the light of destruction right there, the trees are still standing on the right, everything else in the path of the storm wiped away. Hundreds of thousands of families homeless this evening, make their way through what’s left, so many simply looking for food for their children. This little girl in a grownup’s tattered T-shirt standing there on a table, so many simply stun by the devastation around them.

Tonight, international help is on the way, disaster aid being loaded onto planes. And here’s the latest at this hour:

At least 4 million people affected, and of course that horrific death toll, the super typhoon destroying 80% of everything in its path.

ABC meteorologist Ginger Zee is standing by here with the science behind the strength of this storm, but first our ABC team reporting from the devastation zone, ABC’s Gloria Riviera in the Philippines tonight.

From the air, parts of Tacloban underwater, the airport flattened, the roof demolished, commercial flights to evacuate impossible.

We don’t have homes, homes, we need shelter, food, lights.
We don’t have food, we don’t have everything. We don’t have houses.

Locals fled to the airport, desperate to escape. The military giving parents with the youngest victims priority.

I just want to show you right now, this is the airport’s departure lounge. You can see that roof ripped off, debris, flooding, and lines of people who are coming here to the airport, no guarantee, they call them chancers, hoping for a chance to get out.

They say the surge rose high on the ports of increasing looting, some officers back, but feeling helpless.

All of the evacuation centers have either collapsed or have sustained huge amounts of damage. So really, people really are living in open area, people also really need food and water. Everyone started to loot in order to get any kind of food.

C130 aircrafts are landing, and bringing emergency supplies. Typhoon Haiyan wreaked havoc across this province, the damage severe, the challenge now getting to those who need help the most. But for so many here still searching for loved ones, it seems there’s only heartache.

Gloria Riviera, ABC News, Tacloban.  

Thanks to Gloria. Tonight, chancers are looking for chances. People are there at the airport. What’s left, then Ginger with us now, and you’ve been tracking all this. So many in this part of the world know hurricanes, and a lot of people have said this is what the equivalent of a category 5.

And a strong one, you know a hurricane is a typhoon, is a cyclone, they’re just called different things in different parts of the world. But David, I first wanna show you this picture, because it really gives you an idea of these huge heavy boats pushed to shore and what was happening in the strong storm. Either way, we don’t have concrete number scientifically yet, we know at least 170 mph sustained winds, up to 195 at landfall, and that’s what makes this a potentially historic no.1 on the planet storm, because if it ends being 195, it’ll be that, and here’s what’s astounding to me, this buzz saw of storm going through the central Philippines 48 hours at that strength, at least category 5, that’s wild to think of, because we have them and then they die out right away. The storm surge at least 15-19 feet, I’ve seen some reports of up to 25, and that would fill a second-story building.
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[Homework]2013-11-10&11-14 超级台风“海燕”肆虐

This was it. super typhoon ‘Haiyan' moving over the Philipine this weekend bringing with it winds of two hundred miles per hour moving over the island. Turning at that speed up to 48 hours straight. Tonight humanitarian crisis of enomous scope playing out. This is what the typhoon look like from space stretching for 300 miles wide. By some estimates the death toll as many as 10,000 even more and this is left behind. You can see a lot of destruction by * the trees still standing on the right. everything else past the storm wiped away. Hundreds of thousands of families homeless this evening making their way through what's left. Some people looking for simply for their children. This littel girl in grown-up tatter T-shirt standing at their table. some people simply stunned by the devastation around them. Tonight international help is under way. Disaster aid has been loaded on the plane. Here is the latest at this hour. at least four million people affected and of course the terrific death toll. The super typhoon is destroying 80% of everything it has passed.ABC * standing by,here is the sign of strength of this storm. first our team reporting from the devastation zone.ABC's * in the Philipines tonight. From the air parts of the * under water.The airport flattened the roof demolished. Commercial flights to evacuate impossible.
we don't have homes. we need shelter, food, light. we don't have * ,we don't have everything.
Locals fled to the airport, desperate to escape. The military giving the parents with the youngest victims priorities.
I just want to show you right now this is the airport departure lounge. you can see that roof ripped off, debri, flooding and lines of people were coming here to the airport and no guarentee because their chance of increasing were losing, some officers were back but feeling helpless. All the evacuation * have neither collapsed or have stamped huge amount of damage. so people really living in open area, and people really need food and water. Everyone started  to loot in order to get any kind of food. C-120 aircraft are landing and bringing in emergency supplies. Typoon HaiYan weaked harvested cross this province. The damage severe. The chanlenge now getting to those who need the help most.For so many here still searching for the loved ones. but it seems there is only heart ache. * ABC news,*.
I think * tonight chances looking for chances people at the airport * and what left the gingers now you can track some part of the world no hurricanes and allow people said this is a equivalent of category five.
and strong one,you know as hurricanes as cyclone * in different parts of the world, David first I want to show you this picture because it really gives you an idea of this huge heavy * pushed ashore and what's happening in this strong storm. either way we don't have concrete number scientifically, yet we know at least 170 miles per hour staying winds and up to 195 * fall and that's what makes this pertantially * number one on the planet storm. because it ends up and it ends up being * and be that. and here was * to me and buzz * going to the central Philipines. 48 hours at that strength at category five, that's wild to think of. because we have, and then it die out away. The storm search, at least 15 to 19 feet at some storm 25, and that * a second story building.
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[Homework]2013-11-10&11-14 超级台风“海燕”肆虐

This was it - super typhoon Haiyan moving over the Philippines this weekend, bringing with it winds close to 200 miles per hour, moving over the islands, turning at that speed for up to 48 hours straight. Tonight the humanitarian crisis of enormous scope playing out. This is what the typhoon looks like from the space, stretching 300 miles wide. By some estimates, the dead toll is as many as 10,000, perhaps even more. And this is what left behind. You can see the line of destruction right there, the trees still standing on the right. Everything else, the path of the storm went away. Hundreds of thousands of families houseless this evening, making the way through what's left. Somebody simply looking for food for the children. This little girl in a grown-up's tattered T-shirt standing there at a table. So many simply stunned by the devastation around them.

Tonight international help is under way. Disaster aid is being loaded on the planes. Here is the latest at this hour. At least 4 million people are affected. And of course that terrific death toll. Super typhoon destroying 80% of everything in its path. A standing by here with the science behind the strength of this storm. But first our team reporting from the devastation zone. ABC's G in the Philippines tonight.

From the air, part of the globe under water, the airport flattened, the roof demolished. Commercial flights to evacuate impossible.  Locals fled to the airport, desperate to escape. The military giving parents of the youngest victims priority.

I just want to show you right now. This is the airport departure around. You can see the root ripped off, debris, flooding and lines of people who are coming here to the airport, no guarantee. They call for their chance.


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This was it. Super typhoon Haiyan moving over the Philippines this weekend, bringing with it winds close to 200 mph, moving over the islands, churning at that speed for up to 48 hours straight.

Tonight a humanitarian crisis of enormous scope playing out. This is what the typhoon looks like from the space, stretching 300 miles wide. By some estimates, the death toll is as many as 10,000, perhaps even more, and this is what’s left behind. You can see a lot of destruction right there. The trees are still standing on the right, everything else in the path of storm wiped away. Hundreds of thousands of families homeless this evening, make their way through what’s left, so many simply looking for food for their children. This little girl in a grownup’s tattered T-shirt standing there on a table, so many simply stunned by the devastation around them.

Tonight international help is on the way, disaster aid being loaded onto planes. And here’s the latest at this hour.

At least four million people affected, and of course that horrific death toll. The super typhoon destroying 80% of everything in its path.

ABC meteorologist Ginger Zee is standing by here with the science behind the strength of this storm. But first, our team reporting from the devastation zone. ABC’s Gloria Riviera in the Philippines tonight.

From the air, parts of Tacloban under water. The airport flattened, the roof demolished. Commercial flights to evacuate impossible.

“We don’t have homes. Homes, we need shelter, food, light.”

“We don’t have food, we don’t have everything. We don’t have houses.”

Locals fled to the airport, desperate to escape. The military giving parents with the youngest victims priority.

“I just want to show you right now this is the airport departure lounge. You can see that roof ripped off, debris, flooding, and lines of people who are coming here to the airport, no guarantee. They call them chancers, hoping for a chance to get out.”

They say the surge rose high on the control tower, water and wind ripping insides out of the terminal. The aftermath, eerily silent, the sound of devastation. Cars tangled in downed power lines. Residents, young and old, pulling together what they can. Some have the grim job of bringing the bodies of victims to this church. Those with injuries treated as best they can be. With reports of increasing looting, some officers back, but feeling helpless.

“All of the evacuation centers have either collapsed or have sustained huge amount of damage. So really, people are really living in open area. People also really need food and water. Everyone started to loot in order to get any kind of food.”

C130 aircrafts are landing and bringing emergency supplies. Typhoon Haiyan wreaked havoc across this province. The damage severe, the challenge now getting to those who need help the most. But for so many here still searching for loved ones, it seems there’s only heartache.

Gloria Riviera, ABC News, Tacloban.

Thanks to Gloria. Tonight chancers are looking for a chance. Those people are there at the airport. What’s next is Ginger with us now, and you’ve been tracking all of this.

So many in this part of the world know hurricanes, and a lot of people have said this is what the equivalent of a category 5.

And a strong one. You know, a hurricane as a typhoon, as a cyclone. They are just called different things in different parts of the world. But David, I first want to show you this picture, because it really gives you an idea of these huge, heavy boats pushed ashore and what was happening in this strong storm. Either way, we don’t have concrete number scientifically yet, we know at least 170 mph sustained winds, up to 195 at landfall, and that’s what makes this a potentially historic number one on the planet storm, because if it ends being 195, it’ll be that. And here’s what’s astounding to me, this buzz saw of storm going through the central Philippines 48 hours at that strength, at least category 5, that’s wild to think of, because we have them and then they die out right away. The storm surge at least 15-19 feet, I’ve seen some reports of up to 25, and that would fill a second-story building.
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