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Manny delivers a knock out at the Lagao Gym Friday night where he delivered the Word of God to a standing room only crowd
An earthquake of 7.6 magnitude struck off the east coast of the Philippines on Friday at 8:47 PM sending people fleeing to higher ground in fear of a tsunami.The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center issued a warning for much of the region, but cancelled it about two hours later.  This occured near the end of the event of Manny Pacquiao delivering the "Word of God" at the Lagao Gym in Gensan. There was a minor notice of the Quake in Gensan, but there was no damage.

Philippine authorities maintained their tsunami warning for longer, after ordering residents to get out of coastal areas immediately. They cancelled it more than three hours after the quake.

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Bodies scattered in Leyte as Visayas in shock from Yolanda's fury

The Visayas region, especially the Leyte provinces, was in shock a day after Super Typhoon Yolanda rampaged through central Philippines, with bodies being pulled out of wreckage and vast areas without power and mobile communications.

Scores of Filipinos around the world were worried sick about loved ones they cannot contact, and bombarded news organizations and social media with desperate queries and please for assistance. The death toll has exceeded 100 and is steadily climbing as the full extent of the destruction began to reveal itself on Saturday.
Citing a report from the local airport manager, John Andrews, deputy director general of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) said Saturday that more than 100 dead bodies are lying in the streets in Tacloban City in Leyte. More than 100 people, he said, are also injured.

GMA News reporter Jiggy Manicad had earlier reported that he saw dozens of bodies in Tacloban and Palo.

"Doon lang sa aming puwesto sa may Tacloban City naanod sa may coastal area yung 11 na ka-tao kaagad. Isa po doon ay bata," Manicad said.

He added that he and his team felt like they were "inside a washing machine" as 200 kph winds blew for four hours. Manicad and his team walked for six hours to link up with GMA reporter and Leyte native Love Aņover in Palo where she wept on live TV as she talked about her family members in the province.

"Doon sa mga nadaanan namin, meron ding mga labi ng mga biktima sa tabing kalye," he said.

Manicad and his team passed at least 10 bodies in a school on the way to Palo and another 12 dead in "a church near Tacloban."
900,000 families affected
Command Center -Typhoon Yolanda , Ormoc Leyte Philippines Provided bt Congresswomen Lucy Torres
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