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Typhoon-ravaged Philippine islands faced a daunting relief effort that had barely begun Monday, as bloated bodies lay uncollected ...
and uncounted in the streets and survivors pleaded for food, water and medicine. (Nov. 11)
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SHOTLIST:AP Television - Clients OnlyTacloban, Philippines 11 November, 20131. Aerial of storm ravaged area 2. Various ground level shots of homeless survivorsAP Television - Clients OnlyManila, Philippines 11 November, 20133. Mid view of Marine's Osprey aircraft4. Mid view of pilot in Osprey5. SOUNDBITE: Colonel John Peck, Chief of Staff of the 3rd Marine expeditionary brigade: "We already begun to move supplies at the request of the government of the Philippines and we are standing by to provide additional assistance. As of today we have conducted two sorties with our Marine KC 130s, we transported multiple pallets of relief supplies and move nearly 100 Philippine Military service members."DVIDS - No RestrictionsManila - Vilamor Air Force Base 11 November, 20136. Mid view of supplies being loaded onto C-130s preparing relief mission7. C-130s preparing for take offAP Television - Clients Only Tacloban, Philippines 11 November, 20137. Various of people gathered around camera awaiting help8. "Help Us" sign painted on interior wall 9. Driving shot along roadway10. Various of people picking through scrape medal VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:TYPHOON RAVAGED PHILIPPINE ISLANDS FACE A DAUNTING RELIEF EFFORT AS THE FULL SCALE OF THE DISASTER BECOMES KNOWN.THE HARD HIT AREA OF TACLOBAN RESEMBLED A GARBAGE DUMP FROM THE AIR, PUNCTUATED BY A FEW CONCRETE BUILDINGS THAT REMAINED STANDING.INTERNATIONAL AID GROUPS AND THE U.S. MILITARY ARE MOBILIZING A MAJOR INTERNATIONAL RELIEF MISSION.US MARINE PILOTED OSPREY VERTICAL TAKE OFF AND LANDING PLANES ARE NOW DELIVERING FOOD AND WATER INTO THE INTERIOR.(SOUNDBITE: Colonel John Peck, 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade:"We've already begun to move supplies at the request of the government of the Philippines. And we are standing by to provide more assistance. As of today we have conducted two sorties with our Marine KC-130s. We transported multiple palettes of relief supplies and moved nearly 100 Philippine military service members."(VOICE OVER)U.S. DEFENSE SECRETARY CHUCK HAGEL DIRECTED THE PACIFIC COMMAND TO DEPLOY SHIPS AND AIRCRAFT TO SUPPORT SEARCH-AND-RESCUE OPERATIONS AND FLY IN EMERGENCY SUPPLIES.PHILIPPINE OFFICIALS SAY FRIDAY'S TYPHOON MAY HAVE KILLED TEN THOUSAND OR MORE PEOPLE.BUT, WITH THE SLOW PACE OF RECOVERY, THE OFFICIAL DEATH TOLL REMAINED WELL BELOW THAT.EVEN EVACUATION SHELTERS WERE NO MATCH FOR THE FURY OF THE STORM.TYPHOON HAIYAN SMASHED INTO THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THE PHILIPPINES ON FRIDAY WITH WINDS GUSTING TO 170 MILES PER HOUR AND A STORM SURGE OF 20 FEET.TOM RITCHIE, ASSOCIATED PRESS