Philippine Typhoon Death Toll Exceeds 350

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The death toll in the southern Philippines has now reached 350 after a typhoon brought floods and mudslides to the region.

Nearly 400 people are still missing after the storm washed away emergency shelters, a military camp, and possibly entire families.

But rescue workers are finding survivors, including a pregnant woman and her 1-year old son.

Rescuers also found a 54-year-old man clinging to a boulder near raging floodwaters. He said his entire family died in the disaster.

CBN Disaster Relief is on the ground in the region distributing supplies.

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