On November 8, 2013, typhoon Haiyan – the strongest tropical cyclone ever recorded -struck the central Philippines. Witnesses who braved the rising floodwaters described the storm surge as the most dangerous element of the whole cyclone. While the drama was building to a frightening crescendo, people, their pets, houses and belongings were swept away for good.
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