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\s help is now on the way in the philippines. top intelligence officials punished in a navy sandal involving bribes, trips, prostitutes and how far up does this misconduct go? the shocking behavior richie incognito says is accepted in the locker room and why it's more brotherhood than bullying. he says it's a culture. >> interesting.
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good morning. welcome to "early start." glad you're with us. i'm zoraida sambolin. >> i'm christine romans. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. berman has the day off. >> nice to have you with us. we begin with what is unfolding in the philippines. more than 10,000 people now feared death in the aftermath of typhoon haiyan. drinking water and food cut off to millions. bodies are littering the streets and hanging from trees as well as. entire villages are gone. haiyan has been downgrade to do a tropical storm but still a killer and slamming into northeast vietnam overnight and we are getting reports of widespread destruction there as well. such a tragedy. we begin our coverage with andrew stephens live in the fips a philippines and can you tell us what is happening now? >> it's evening right now. >> reporter: i'm at the airport which is shattered by this huge
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tropical storm surge that came through here at 8:00 or 9:00 friday in the morning. a shell here but it's turning into a crucial point for recoveries and for getting relief supplies out to people. at the moment we are seeing relief planes coming in on a fairly regular basis and people walking out from the center of the city. it's ten miles or so so the center of the city. people are now taking it upon themselves to get out of the neighborhoods and get here and they are being given food and supplies, whatever they can. you have to remember a trickle of people coming out. this is a city of 200,000 people and supplies coming in to the airport and they still have to get into town. they have opened the road into town. in fact, we came out to the airport on that road today. we were on that road three or four hours, the roads were
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jam-packed. what people wanting and what they are getting here is a need for supplies. there has been boots on the ground, if you like. so law and order is starting to be reestablished. the last couple of days we have seen widespread looting but that becomes a very sort of provocative word here. when you're looking for food and water just to survive and you break into a shop to get it and nobody else to help you is looting but so much needed here. it's going to take an awful lot of aid. the americans have come in and it gets moving tomorrow. the helicopters are expected to arrive. they need to get into town with big scales of supplies before they get to grips what is a devastating event here and enormous crisis for on the humanitarian side. >> i have a couple of questions for you. a lot of people looking for their loved ones.
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they haven't heard from them. i know roads are impassible. what are they doing to identify the people that are missing? >> it's actually very primitive. they have set up one of the city hall what passes for city hall, they basically set up a board where you can register your name and hope your relatives will do the same and through the names. a number of people come up to us wanting to use our phone. a lot of people outside the philippines wanting to use the phone to tell their family they are alive. imagine living here. they have lost members of their family or don't know where they are and they have no means of communication. there is no real plan to link these people up. again, until communications are restored which will take another
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few days, we are told, it's going to be very, very difficult to link these people together. >> i know you were in the middle of the storm. can you tell us a little bit about that? >> well, as you can imagine, it's a frightening experience. we had moved from our hotel, which is right on the shore which we heard later was devastated by there storm surge. we were in a hotel and sheltering on the fourth floor of this very, very strong hotel. obviously, no one really, i suspect, experienced a storm of this magnitude 150 hour near the eye and it's hard to believe that wind speed and if there was a category, i was told this would make it a category six. we were there. wild noise and smashing windows and a storm surge.
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the black money water they say swirling around coming up. it kept coming and coming and people trapped in their hotel rooms on the ground floor and we got a few people out thankful. then it stopped and the wind started to die and we were okay. it is truly a frightening experience and extraordinary to see that nature can actually have that sort of force, that sort of fury is just amazing. >> that is absolutely horrifying. we will continue to check in with you. andrew stevens live in the philippines, thank you. in california, the state is home to more than 300 million they are scouring social media
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to find out if their daughter is alive. >> daylight owner-of-over there and get more progress. >> they believe their daughter rolled out the storm with her job with apac customer service. instead of heading back to her home in haro, she was in this area. >> she decided to stay there because the last text message we got from her is just her asking if her mom is okay. >> for nino, the pictures of the aftermath of the typhoon hit home. >> looking at the images and looking at the people there, i could see myself in that place, i could see my half-sister in that place. it's very personal. >> perhaps the strongest cyclone in recorded history, haiyan had
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a force three and a half times stronger than hurricane katrina in 2005. that unnerves nino who is constantly swapping messages with dilene's brother who is safe in manila. >> it's only a ground floor and close to the water. >> despite the high number of people that may have died, nino remains optimistic. how is the hope level within your family? >> it's high. you believe in intervention and we hope she made it. >> starting at 8:00 p.m., anderson cooper will be there live. if you would like to help the victims, go to your world. secretary of state john
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kerry promising to keep current economic sanctions against the iranians in place while pursuing a deal to dismantle their nuclear weapons program. netanyahu is blasting the talks and calling them dangerous and sending an official to meet with the administration in washington this week. officials have indicated they expect very low numbers after a rocky roll outof the last month. so far, the administration has resisted to extend the deadline. chris christie says president obama should apologize because he didn't tell people the truth about keeping their own insurance coverage under obama care but he is keeping coy and here is what he said
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expected to. >> i'm the governor of new jersey and four more years is what i intend to do. >> all four years? >> who knows. i will continue to do my job and finish the job, when everybody is trying to figure out what life is going to bring you a few years from now, i didn't expect to sit here, george, so nobody is making those predictions. >> he is not pulling punches on obama care calling the president -- calling on the president to deal with the debacle head-on. americans pausing today to thank the veterans for giving service to our country. president obama will participate in a wreath laying ceremony at the national cemetery this morning. >> this is remarkable video. >> tune to the tv! >> u.s. army veteran jim wolf battles alcoholism and poverty and homelessness for decades.
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watch as he takes in the change of his own appearance. the video has over 9 million views and produced in part by a nonprofit that helps homeless veterans. i want you to watch this. wow. he's now attending alcoholics anonymous meetings for the first time. >> it has to be my favorite video of the day. look at that hug. >> congratulations and good luck to him. >> yes. guess who is back? indra petersons is back from vacation. we are so happy to have you back from vacation. >> thank you, guys. ready for a big change and some cold air. you'll notice a lot of winds. a cold front is expected to pass through the region. strong winds gusting from minnesota all the way through new england overnight tonight. we are talking about 20 to 40-mile-per-hour winds and that always happens when we are looking for change and we know what is. the jet stream really dipping down and bringing a lot of cold air with it. let's take a look at the front as it makes its way across the country and we are seeing snow flurries and see more of that especially if you're around the
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lakes. here is the frontal system through the ohio valley and overnight through the northeast. heavier amounts of snow across the lakes and rain through the ohio valleys. remember, it's a cold system so, for the most part, it's usually moisture starved unless it's off of the lakes and getting moisture there. 3 to 5 inches off lake erie and maybe 1 to 3 inches around the other lakes. pretty much everyone else not seeing much other than a dusting. the big story is the cold air behind this front that is going to bring in the chel. look at these temperatures. chicago, you're expecting to be 16 degrees below normal tomorrow! d.c., your high will only be 43 degrees on tuesday. and this drops even more. new york city, your high on wednesday is only expected to be 41 degrees. so i'm back and this is what i have for. >> at least she has a smile. a monday morning smile. you're going to be cold! >> thank you. >> you're welcome. coming up, two add millers
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from lady gaga concert tickets to prostitutes. just the tip of a scandal reaching the navy's top ranks. with two admirals in charge of navy intelligence now potentially implicated in an extraordinary move, the two admirals access to classified materials suspended and not been charged but allegations have been made cnn is told did their personal conduct. all part of an investigation into alleged inappropriate contacts with this man called fat leonard. his real name? leonard francis. a malaysian businessman who runs a company that provides services such as fuel and tug boat services to navy ships. three arrested are accused of accepting large sums of cash, hookers and all-expense paid
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trips in exchange for steering navy ships to ports are fat leonard's company operated. >> it's a worrisome case and deeply concerned about this. we have indications that several naval officers and some civilian employees have been taking bribes and inappropriate gifts. >> the u.s. attorney is implicating new a bribery scheme. >> reporter: cnn caught up with one of the officers charged, commander michael mischivits outside of court. >> i'm sorry. i can't comment. >> reporter: they say another navy admiral asked fat leonard for pictures of prostitutes for motivation and a few days later, an e-mail was sent saying, yummy. daddy like. >> he is very charming and very social. whereas i might be at this party and i'll have a budweiser. you know? leonard is drinking dom perinon.
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>> our thanks to barbara. >> four people are dead after a single engine plane crashed off the waters on a island on sunday. they found debris from the plane floating into the atlantic. it is believed to have been a sightseeing tour. the identities of the victims have not been relieved but they are thought to be americans. officials say the plane departed from florida. an arrest this morning for a shooting at a popular new york ice skating rink over the weekend. police say it was all over a jacket. a 16-year-old from the bronx charged with wounding two people on the ice at bryant park in manhattan after demanding one of them hand over his coat. both victims are expected to survive but one of them, a 14-year-old caught in the gunfire may be paralyzed. it's a big relief this morning after 2,000-pound satellite predicted to crash
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23 minutes past the hour. for the first time since suspended from the miami dolphins, richie incognito is finally speaking out. he says he is not to be blamed for jonathan martin leaving the team. >> incognito had plenty to say during fox's nfl pregame show show. he talked about how martin sent him text messages like the one he is being criticized for. >> the week before this went down, jonathan martin text me on my phone. i will murder your whole f'ing family. now do i think jonathan murder was going to murder my family? not one bit. >> he left that text for you? >> he texted me that. i couldn't tell he was going to kill my family. i knew it was coming from a brother, a friend, a teammate and that puts in context how we
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communicate with one another. >> incognito went on to say that martin texted him the friday after he left the team and one of the text read, i don't blame you guys. i blame some of the stuff in the locker room. i blame the culture. i blame what was going on around me. we are still yet to hear directly from jonathan martin about any of this. the dolphins play the bucs tonight on "monday night football." last night the saints and cowboys squared off on "sunday night football." rob ryan defense coordinator for the saints faced his former team since being fired. he got his revenge. saints set an nfl record with 40 first downs in the game and set a franchise record with 625 yards of offense. new orleans absolutely dominated dallas 49-17! after the game, cowboys owner jerry jones said, maybe we made a mistake firing ryan. i'm guessing losing by more than 30 points will have you second-guessing some of those decisions. >> i guess so.
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thank you, andy. i wanted to add that incognito did say it was inappropriate for him to use those racial slurs. it was part of that interview as well. coming up, the marines, now on the ground in the philippines. search and rescue efforts under way in the aftermath of this monster typhoon. officials confirming the death toll could top 10,000. discover. how can i help you? oh, you're real? you know i'm real! at discover, we're always here to talk. good, 'cause i don't have time for machines. some companies just don't appreciate the power of conversation! you know, i like you! i like you too! at discover, we treat you like you'd treat you. get the it card and talk to a real person. so i can reach ally bank 24/7, but there ar24/7.branches? i'm sorry, i'm just really reluctant to try new things. really? what's wrong with trying new things? look! mommy's new vacuum! (cat screech) you feel that in your muscles? i do... drink water.
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total destruction. thousands feared dead this morning in the philippines as
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search and rescue efforts begin in the aftermath of the typhoon haiyan and the deadly storm still on the move. on air in addition. "60 minutes" apologizes for a botched report on the benghazi attack that left four americans dead. why they claim they were misled. and the country's tallest building may lose its bragging rights. why they my be disqualified from holding record. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm zoraida sambolin. it is worse than hell are the words of a survivor surveying the horror and destruction in the philippines. international officials with the red cross faring more than 10,000 people were killed by typhoon haiyan. millions without power and they have no food or water. haiyan a tropical storm now is still causing death and destruction. in vietnam, hundreds of thousands of people have evacuated and half a dozen
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deaths have already been reported there. we are joined live from the city of sebu an area that is still impact and used as a staging ground for aid. can you tell how easy to get to that area in order to get aid? >> you can probably hear the hercules behind me landed and delivering people who have lost everything. we spoke to them a short time ago and they said they are shell-shocked. they have lost gaem and friends and their neighbors and homes. you can only begin to imagine what they are going through. these planes are turning around with aid and food and water and supplies so desperately needed in the hard-hit areas and returning and fliver delivering
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that aid. some of these people are only getting food and fresh water today after the hurricane hit four days ago. >> we will continue to check in with you, anna corin, live for us. thank you. the airport in tacloban is limited to commercial flights right now. look at the scene there. thousands of typhoon survivors gathering to catch one of the few flights leaving this devastated airport. airport official say the main runway waway is operational ev though the airport equipment was destroyed in the tropical storm. there is a runway and that is about it. >> indra petersons is here to track the storm for us and here in the cnn weather center. >> remember, it's very mountainous terrain in the region so that is allowing the
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system to break apart with friction and currently seeing stead wind of 80 miles an hour. moving to the north at 15 miles per hour. it continues to weaken by tonight. this is eastern time. so tonight at 7:00 p.m. eastern, tomorrow for them, 7:00 a.m. don't let this fool you. we talked about this mountainous terrain so we are talking about heavy rainfall in the region. each strong winds out there. we are talking about enhanced amounts of rainfall and that mountainous terrain will allow the mudslide threat to be high. you get heavy amounts of rain in a short period of time and it goes down the hillsides. you talk about the threat for flash flooding. today the threat is another 6 inches of rain still possible. the new threat as it makes its way into this province so we will be looking for that. the other thing to keep in mind a lot of systems in the region so this is one of the concerns. they have had major storms really in the last six weeks so the idea that there is another system out there that is expected to produce even more rain by tomorrow.
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we are going to be talking about the concern. think how ravaged the area is. for more additional flooding in the region. a high chance this could form into the next tropical system and still to go into the philippines producing heavy amounts of rain tuesday night through wednesday for them. they are talking about another 4 to 7 inches of rain also strong winds. typically this region would not be a big deal but it's so ravaged in the reason and that is the biggest concern. keep in mind for perspective this is a good figure here. 195-mile-per-hour steady winds is like ef-5 thorned. that is more lasting for them. >> a tornado is condensed, this is massive. >> massive. yes. >> thank you, indra. it's tough as they continue to try to get into those remote areas and the rain continues to come. >> you can't talk about rebuilding yet because they are just trying to survive for right
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now. >> tonight, watch ac 360. anderson cooper is live from the philippines starting at 8:00 p.m. eastern. if you would like to help the victims of the typhoon, go to your world and lots of information there how you can help. an apology from "60 minutes." producer of the cbs magazine news show say they he were misled on the attack on the consulate in benghazi. a correspondent cold lara logan he was at the compound that night and observed the body of ambassador chris stevens. producers discovered the contractor's story didn't match what he told the phish. >> on thursday night, when we discovered the account he gave the fbi was different than what he told us, we realized we had been misled and it was a mistake to include him in our report. for that, we are very sorry. >> the contractor dylan davies
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has not backed away from the story he told "60 minutes." >> a prominent republican says he'll keep blocking presidential nominations until witnesses to the benghazi attack are allowed to talk to congress. senator lindsey graham told cnn's candy crowley the move is a last resort after a year of being stone-walled by the white house. he says five survivors have been interviewed by state department investigators but that they have been kept away from lawmakers. a guilty verdict in the case of a utah doctor who poisoned and drowned his wife of nearly 30 years so he could continue an affair. dr. martin macneill faces life in prison. he might have got away with it if not for his own family members who relentlessly pursued a criminal investigation. this morning on "new day" we will be joined by linda and jill. we are hearing this morning for the first time from the louisiana family who rescued a kidnapped woman and killed her
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abductor. 29-year-old bethany arsno was freed after a two-day deal. she says the boyfriend and father of her child took her hostage. she was a victim of domestic abuse for years. her family organized a search for her. when they approached a nearby abandoned house, they heard a scream. >> she just hollered. she hollered like her life was in danger and when they heard the hollers, they said, man, a chill went through their body. >> a dozen family members stormed that home and said the man was stabbing their relative. >> more details on the deadly curingar attack. the woman killed on saturday is identified as renee rajeno. she appeared to be alone in the enclosure when she was killed
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start" this monday morning. paurkt official hakistani o banned halala. they spoke out against the taliban last year and speaking up for girls education and she became the youngest person ever nominated for the nobel prize. pakistani school officials have called her a tool of the west. let's take a look what is coming up on "new day." good morning. >> good morning.
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>> good morning, to you. >> a lot of news going on this morning. a lot we have been tracking over the weekend. >> remember going to be heavy on the typhoon. why? the situation isn't over. as we know in this. you see the pictures. the devastation is near complete as we will tell you this morning but what is still going other, where the people are going to live. they had suffered a terrible earthquake there and now another storm bearing down on them. the marines are just getting there and not a lot of relief organizations on the ground so we will take you there and show you what the people there are dealing with and we are going to give you ways that you can help in the effort. all of us need to get involved to get this handled quickly. another story we are following. we are hearing finally from richie incognito who has been suspended for allegedly bullying a teammate jonathan martin. incognito is speaking out saying the threats and racial slurs were acceptable in the locker room and the way they talk to each other he says that jonathan martin even texted him what could be considered out of
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context a death threat. more twists and more turns and what is the real story? we will talk about it all. >> can't wait to hear from martin to go full circle here. >> we haven't heard from him at all. he has been under wraps. an emotional day for a rutgers student who committed suicide after his roommate secretly videotaped him with another man. for the first time his family went to the spot where clementi dropped from a bridge to his death. they are trying to raise awareness about bullying. expected mothers, break out your running shoes. a new study shows moderate exercise can improve your baby's brain power. 18 mothers split up into into groups those who exercised and didn't were studied. children's of mothers who exercised responded more efficiently than children of the moms who did not. i had a friend who ran until she was eight months pregnant.
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it's a rich's man world. rich everyone's world, right? it's "money time." 18 days until black friday. the competition for your dollars is so fever pitched. and the united states postal service teaming up to make sunday delivers of packages. it starts this sunday in new york and l.a. it will spread later to washington, d.c. gives the postal service a nice piece of business because package delivery is more profitable than first class mail delivery. the post office lost 16 billion last year. so this lets the postal delivery
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service take delivery from others that don't deliver on sunday. imagine ordering something on friday and having it on sunday. spent $1.8 billion on shipping in the last three months of 2012. something -- so the big winner here amazon prime customers and -- >> and procrastinators, too? i want to give you a check on the markets as we start the week. . futures higher this morning. the dow has rocketed 689 points higher in five weeks. the dow is up 30% for the year. what investment do you get 20% return on in ten months? right? i want to show you one other important measure of the market. interest rates are ticking up again. 2.75%. why is this significant some it's tied to mortgage rates and
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a lot of other loans and when that starts to rise, it can crimp economic activity so watch that. >> thank you very much. if busy week ahead. here is our "weekly five." >> with your "weekly five." we honor america's war heroes as the nation marks veterans day on monday. the holiday originated at the end of world war i. president obama will participate in a wreath laying ceremony at the tomb of the unknowns. washington monument scaffolding that enclosed it earlier this year is beginning to be removed. the monument was damaged by an earthquake in 2011. the national park service is expected to reopen it this spring. james whitey bulger is sentenced on wednesday in boston.
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the convicted mob boss found guilty of 11 murders could spend the rest of his life in prison. he is 84 years old. family members of victims may speak at the hearing. stay classy, america. thursday, the museum opens anchorman, the exhibit. it will include props and costume from the hit comedy anchorman, the legend of ron burgundy. you'll be able to see the iconic burgundy suit and the mustache and hair flip. the play station 4 goes on sale. ps-4 users will have access to netflix and amazon instant video and red box instant streaming. it also features an option that should pleas nongaming family members if someone else wants to watch tv, players can untether the ps-4 and stream their games
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to the hand-held playstation. that is your "weekly five." up next, the growing controversy over new york stop and frisk police tactics. why the city is asking the u.s. appeals court to step into the fray. nouncer ] if you can clear a crowd but not your nasal congestion, you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec-d®. powerful relief of nasal congestion and other allergy symptoms -- all in one pill. zyrtec-d®. at the pharmacy counter. and our giant idaho potato truck is still missing. so my dog and i we're going to go find it. it's out there somewhere spreading the good word about idaho potatoes and raising money for meals on wheels. but we'd really like our truck back, so if you see it, let us know, would you? thanks. what?
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attorneys for new york city want a judge's order vacated to change their stop and frisk policy. they say the tactic is unconstitutional and should be thrown out for the same reasons of three judge appeals panel gave last month. that panel removed the judge from the case saying she appeared biased and misapplied a
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related case ruling and improperly gave media interviews during that trial. that has been such an issue in new york. that is it for "early start". "new day" starts now. this is really, really like bad, bad, worse than hell. >> worse than hell. the super typhoon wiped away entire towns and right now, too many dead to count. this morning the search for survivors and how you can help efforts to save the living. boots on the ground. u.s. marines arriving in the philippines this morning ready to launch a massive relief effort but another storm is now on the way. we are covering it all. hitting back. miami dolphin richie incognito finally talking and insisting he is not racist and not bullying in the locker room. was it all just trash talk?
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>> your "new day" starts right now. good morning. welcome to "new >> good morning. it is veterans day. thousands are dead in the philipines. many estimates are premature in terms of how much life was lost. this is the view t. town suffered nearly a direct hit. it is almost entirely gone. those used to be homes and businesses. take a look at this, a man trying to flag down a rescue helicopter, many saw their homes swept away. they are left with no place to stay, no electricity, food or water. >> american marines are unloading cargo planes full of
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supplies. the airport has become truly a relief center. dozens are lining up to try to get their share of food and water and also to get out. but flights, pretty understandable. few and farp between. there is a frantic effort to get residents what they need. there are simply too many people and not enough supplies to go around. right now, it's weakened to a tropical storm. it's deadly there as well. we are covering the area with correspondent all over the area like nobody can. >> what we know of what has been lost physical and human. good morning, andrew, what do we know? >> reporter: good morning, chris. it's been just a weekend of devastation and destruction


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