Typhoon Haiyan: Most powerful storm to ever hit land batters Philippines with 235mph winds

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Typhoon Haiyan: Most powerful storm to ever hit land batters Philippines with 235mph winds 08 Nov 2013 One of the most powerful storms ever recorded battered the central Philippines today, bringing winds of up to 235mph and leaving a trail of devastation. At least four people were killed by the super-typhoon, which meteorologists said could be the most powerful storm ever to make landfall. The category-five storm forced hundreds of thousands of people to flee to safer ground as it swept through the islands bringing flooding, landslides, and 15 inches of rain. Gusts of 235mph and sustained winds of 199mph were recorded and the rain and cloud was so dense the day seemed as dark as night.

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