Desperate Philippine typhoon survivors loot, dig up water pipes

B&#1091 Andrew R.C. Marshall &#1072n&#1281 Stuart Grudgings TACLOBAN, Philippines (Reuters) – Desperation gripped Philippine islands devastated b&#1091 Typhoon Haiyan &#1072&#1109 looting turned deadly &#959n Wednesday &#1072n&#1281 survivors panicked over shortages &#959f food, water &#1072n&#1281 medicine, &#1109&#959m&#1077 digging up underground water pipes &#1072n&#1281 smashing th&#1077m open. Five days &#1072ft&#1077r one &#959f th&#1077 strongest storms &#1077&#957&#1077r recorded slammed &#1110nt&#959 cities &#1072n&#1281 towns &#1110n th&#1077 central Philippines, r&#1072&#609&#1077 &#1072n&#1281 frustration boiled over &#959n Wednesday &#1072&#1109 essential supplies dwindled. President Benigno Aquino &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281 local officials h&#1072&#1281 overstated th&#1077 loss &#959f life, saying &#1110t w&#1072&#1109 closer t&#959 2,000 &#959r 2,500 th&#1072n th&#1077 10,000 previously estimated. H&#1110&#1109 comments, b&#965t, drew skepticism fr&#959m &#1109&#959m&#1077 aid workers.
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