Typhoon Yolanda or Haiyan which stuck the Philippines recently is said to be the strongest typhoon ever recorded in history. Carrying winds with gustiness of 200-300kph, Yolanda brought destruction to areas in the Visayas, with Tacloban City in Leyte being seen as the most damaged area.
Atom Araullo, a reporter from ABS-CBN covered the onslaught of the typhoon and bravely stayed outside while strong winds were pounding the street he was standing on.
Atom Araullo reported live on the ABS-CBN show Umagang Kay Ganda at around 6:40a.m. and his report told a picture of how strong the typhoon was. He was able to get a footage of a storm surge carrying piles of debris on the streets. The report trended worldwide on Twitter and was shared on Facebook by Filipino netizens.
Here is the video of Atom Araullo covering typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan).