Waves crash on waterfront caused by Typhoon Haima in Hong Kong, Friday, Oct. 21, 2016. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)
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Hungry Philippine typhoon survivors huddled in makeshift shelters and waited for aid Friday, after losing nearly everything from one of the most powerful storms to hit the Southeast Asian archipelago.Super Typhoon Haima struck Wednesday night with winds similar to those of catastrophic Haiyan in 2013, which was then the strongest storm to hit the disaster-prone country and claimed more than 7,350 lives.In Penablanca, a farming town of about 42,000 people, Longan said aid had yet to arrive.Haima was the second typhoon to hit the northern Philippines in a week, after Sarika struck Sunday claiming at least one life and leaving three people missing.Haima hit Hong Kong and the southern Chinese mainland Friday, after weakening into a typhoon with wind speeds of 145 kilometers (90 miles) an hour.
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