In a sign of hope amid all of the wreckage and devastation in the Philippines following a massive typhoon, a statue of Jesus remains standing.
The president of the Philippines is saying the death toll from the massive typhoon that struck the nation is going to be closer to 2,000 or 2,500. Originally, predictions put the death toll as high as 10,000.
At least 1,774 people are dead from the devastating typhoon.
Photos and video are emerging out of the Philippines where Typhoon Haiyan may have left 10,000 people dead. The typhoon is one of the strongest storms recorded. It is expected to make landfall in Vietnam today.
One of the strongest storms on record, Typhoon Haiyan may have caused more than 10,000 deaths in the Philippines and thousands of others are missing.
A Philippine senior regional police official says that the death toll after one of the most powerful typhoons on record hits the country could reach 10,000, according to the Associated Press.
The Philippine Red Cross says that early estimates put the death toll at 1,000 in one coastal city and 200 in another.
Typhoon Haiyan slammed into the Philippines Friday in what could be the most powerful storm ever to make landfall. Haiyan, a category-5 super typhoon, packed winds up to 200 mph when it made landfall in the norther part of Cebu province.