At least 2,300 people are reported dead following the onslaught of Haiyan, the super typhoon that swept through the Philippines Friday.

As more media outlets deploy reporters to the scene, the scale of the devastation in Leyte and Samar provinces is coming into sharper focus. Help is slowly arriving, but many remain without food, water and medical supplies, journalists and aid organizations report.

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