Typhoon Haiyan surges waves to Philippines' southeastern Luzon Island

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Typhoon Haiyan surges waves to Philippines' southeastern Luzon Island

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Typhoon Haiyan surges waves to Philippines' southeastern Luzon Island

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Typhoon Haiyan, the world’s strongest storm this year, made landfall in central Philippines on Friday, November 8. Haiyan, locally known as Yolanda, had built up winds of 134mph and gusts of 155mph before smashing the Philippines’ central islands. This video, uploaded by Governor of Albay Province in the Philippines, shows waves crash over a seafront wall at Legazpi Port in Albay. Credit: Joey Sarte Salceda.

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