Смотрите дом 2 на нашем сайте November 12 2013 Breaking News typhoon aftermath: A monumental health disaster Zoraida has a maximum sustained winds of 55 kph near the center. It is forecast to move Northwest at 30 kph. On Wednesday morning, Tropical Depression "Zoraida" is expected at 110 km South Southwest of Cuyo Islands in Palawan and on Thursday morning it is expected to be outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) at 630 km West of Coron, Palawan. November 11 2013 Breaking News New Storm Zoraida Approaches Philippines Days After Super Typhoon Haiyan Devastates Country - October earthquake that left more than 350,000 people homeless has created further complications for the Philippines, according to Trust.org. November 11 2013 Breaking News The storm affected as many as 9.7 million people, according to authorities, and 22 countries have pledged assistance. Soldiers were dispatched to prevent looting as survivors scoured for food November 10 2013 Death toll after Philippines typhoon could reach 10,000, according to local officials - November 9 2013 Breaking News This was posted on my facebook page Everything is down, cell phone towers, telephone poles and all electric power. Only the military can communicate via satellite phones November 9 2013 Philippines typhoon leaves trail of destruction - One of the most powerful storms on record devastated the central Philippines, reportedly killing an estimated 1,000 people in one town alone and leaving the airport in the hard-hit city of Tacloban in shambles. The Philippine Red Cross told Reuters that based on reports it estimates at least 1,000 dead in Tacloban, which is located about 360 miles southeast of Manila, and 200 in Samar Provice. November 2013 Breaking News Storm of the century Super Typhoon Haiyan in Philippines 25 million people in its pathLast month, a 7.1-magnitude earthquake hit the island, which lies close to the typhoon's predicted path. The quake killed at least 222 people, injured nearly 1,000 and displaced about 350,000, according to authorities.(CNN) -- With 25 million people in its path, one of the strongest tropical cyclones ever observed, Super Typhoon Haiyan, made landfall Friday morning in the Philippines, the country's weather service reported.Tens of thousands of people in vulnerable areas of the central Philippines were evacuated earlier as the monster storm spun toward the islands.With sustained winds of 315 kph (195 mph) and gusts as strong as 380 kph (235 mph), Haiyan was likely the strongest tropical cyclone to make landfall anywhere in the world in recorded history. It will take further analysis after the storm passes to determine exactly if it is a record.Its wind strength makes it equivalent to an exceptionally strong Category 5 hurricane. A "super typhoon" has surface winds that sustain speeds of more than 240 kph (150 mph) for at least a minute, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.Haiyan will move over the many islands of the central Philippines during Friday and part of Saturday before exiting into the South China Sea.The storm, known as Yolanda in the Philippines, is so large in diameter that clouds from it are affecting two-thirds of the country, which stretcges over 1,850 kilometers (1,150 miles).Super Typhoon Haiyan Typhoon Haiyan one of the biggest everThe government has three C-130 cargo aircraft ready to respond, as well as 32 planes and helicopters from the air force, the president said.Earthquake survivors vulnerableAs it moves across heavily populated areas of the central Philippines, Haiyan's high winds and torrential rain are expected to affect more than 25 million people. The storm system had a diameter of about 800 kilometers (500 miles) as of Friday.Pagasa warned more than 30 provinces across the country Thursday to be prepared for possible flash floods and landslides.Schools in many areas canceled classes, emergency services were put on high alert, and airlines canceled flights.Some of the most vulnerable people are those living in makeshift shelters on the central Philippine island of Bohol.Speaking by phone before his flight to Manila took off, he said he felt "horrible" for those who may end up stuck in the storm's path. Спасибо за просмотр видео дома 2!
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