Philippines races to free 23 trapped under landslide

FILE PHOTO: Damages caused by Typhoon Yutu in Isabela province where the typhoon first made landfall in Philippines are seen in this October 30, 2018 still image obtained from social media. Eivron del Rosario/via REUTERS

MANILA (Reuters) – Philippine rescuers worked with bare hands and shovels to try to free 23 people trapped under earth and rubble on Wednesday, after Typhoon Yutu dumped heavy rains on the northern mountainous region, triggering floods and deadly landslides. Six people were rescued and two bodies pulled out from a building that collapsed in […]

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