More than 100 people were killed in a Philippine city that took the brunt of Super Typhoon Haiyan, authorities said.
That death toll in Tacloban was the first significant casualty report in a day when authorities began surveying the devastation of a typhoon described as perhaps the strongest storm to make landfall in recorded history, with 195 mph winds and gusts of 235 mph.
Even more, there are reportedly more than just these hundreds bodies on the streets of Tacloban..
Other areas just off due to power failures will most likely have the same grim results..
The Philippine Coast Guard says 3,398 people stranded sea on multiple watercraft–another part will be harrowing rescues, often with success, and failure..
The storm is now onto Vietnam…