I'm sharing a footage of Tacloban City before, during and after Haiyan hit it. The coverage was done by some American storm chasers at Hotel Alejandro. My son and I visited that hotel last month too.

I'm sharing this to give WP members an idea how destructive a storm with maximum winds of 300 kilometers per hour plus a storm surge can be. It can happen it their countries too.

Here is the link: http://manila.coconuts.co/2013/11/25/video-tacloban-storm-chaser-release...

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Thank you for sharing this- I can't tell you how many times we have asked and wondered how all our WP sisters are! We think of you often and want to raise your voices. Please continue to send updates! Please take care and know you have many people standing with you.

Let us Hope together- Michelle aka: Cali gal Listener Sister-Mentor @CaliGalMichelle facebook.com/caligalmichelle Tweets by @CaliGalMich

Nature is so powerful. This first-hand footage makes the intense experiences so much more clear. Thank you for sharing this, and your earlier piece.

Scott Beck

No matter how corrupt many of Filipino government officials and personnel are in good times and in crisis (the nerve of them!), the Philippines was still saved by our Almighty God for the sake of the innocents. Only the middle part of the country was devastated - as another wake up call to transform into God-fearing people. On behalf of my people, I am grateful to all who cared and shared. For those who could not give but still cared, thank you for your thoughts and prayers.

MARAMING SALAMAT SA INYONG LAHAT! (Thank you very much to all of you!)

Ma. Lydia G. CallanoIloilo, Philippines+63 33 3158137 or 5138830