November 14, 2013
The Salvation Army has people on the ground and on the way for the lengthy recovery process from the typhoon which raked part of the Phillipines last weekend.
Major Ron Busroe explains the new obstacle facing rescue workers.
Salvation Army logo"They're seriously concerned about safety of aid workers and other folks who are there because desperate people, of course, do desperate things," says Busroe. "And we're seeing some desperate people reacting very negatively at this point."
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