Ferocious winds destroy communication lines and damage airport as tens of thousands flee storm
At least three people have died after Typhoon Mangkhut unleashed ferocious winds and rain in the Philippines, damaging an airport vital to the transport of humanitarian aid and forcing tens of thousands to flee.
Strong winds continued to batter provinces in northern Luzon on Saturday morning, making it difficult to assess damage and casualties from the typhoon. Power and communication lines are down in several areas.
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