Thomson ReutersNovember 20, 2013 06:51
TANAUAN, Philippines (Reuters) - Usually a fisherman catches a fish and puts it in the fridge. In one typhoon-wrecked Philippine village, fishermen are putting themselves in the fridge and then going fishing.
Typhoon Haiyan crashed into the central Philippines on November 8, laying waste to just about everything in its path, including all the long, stylish fishing boats moored along beaches.
More than 4,000 people, including poor farmers and fishermen, were killed.