Just weeks after suffering a devastating earthquake, the people of Bohol, Philippines, are bracing for a major typhoon.
The U.S. Navy says Typhoon Haiyan is packing 134-mile per hour winds and could get stronger before slamming into the eastern Philippines on Friday.
It is the strongest tropical cyclone in the world this year and officials are evacuating thousands from the area.
Bohol is not in the direct path of the storm, but it will take a hit.
More than 200 people died and thousands were left homeless when a 7.2 earthquake struck Bohol in October.