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Typhoon survivors flee villages in panic

As aid trickles into the Typhoon-hit Philippines, a small exodus out begins in the worst affected areas. These residents of Tacloban City fled in a panic on Wednesday following rumors of looting and armed bandits. "Many are dead. There were armed communist rebels. Many are dead over there." "There were prisoners who escaped. We were told to flee." They're responding to stories they've only heard - not things they've seen - but that doesn't lessen their fear. "We're afraid of the prisoners. There's killing everywhere." REPORTER, SAYING: "Did you see anything? Were you being shot at?" FEMALE VILLAGER, SAYING: "No, not yet. They hadn't reached us. They hadn't reached our village." REPORTER, SAYING: "So who told you?" FEMALE VILLAGER, SAYING: "People from the other village." Desperation has now gripped the Philippines, devastated by Typhoon Haiyan. Survivors are panicked over shortages of food and water. Eight people

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