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The boats were to be deployed to the central Philippines in preparation for Haiyan.
i Report: Heavy rains as Philippines braces for typhoon 'Very real danger' The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council said Friday that one person had been confirmed dead as a result of the storm in the eastern province of Surigao del Sur.
Earthquake survivors vulnerable Authorities have warned dozens of provinces across the country to be prepared for possible flash floods and landslides.
About 125,000 people nationwide were moved to evacuation centers Some of the most vulnerable people are those living in temporary shelters on the central Philippine island of Bohol.
A super typhoon has surface winds that sustain speeds of more than 240 kph for at least a minute, according to the U. Tropical-storm-force winds are extending 240 kilometers from the typhoon's center.
A man reconstructs his house in the bay of Tacloban, Leyte province, Philippines, on Wednesday, November 27, 2013.
As the storm plowed across the cluster of islands in the heart of the country, casualties were reported, more than 100,000 people took shelter in evacuation centers and hundreds of flights were canceled.
The death toll from the storm stands at more than 5,000, according to a government-run news agency.
Men take food back to their families in Leyte on November 18.
Video footage from on the ground in the Philippines showed howling winds bending palm trees and whipping debris down deserted streets. Roger Mercado of Southern Leyte, a province in Eastern Visayas, said Friday morning that "all roads" were impassable because of fallen trees.
He said it was too soon to gauge the level of devastation caused by Haiyan.Aquino III warned the nation that it faced a "calamity." Category 5 strength Haiyan, known in the Philippines as Yolanda, appeared to retain much of its terrifying force as it moved west over the country, with sustained winds of 295 kph, gusts as strong as 360 kph.