Meanwhile we all know what happened especially in Samar and Leyte and lesser in the central Visayas.
If you are missing somebody or would like to get in contact, try one of the links and addresses below:
Google: Google person finder.
Red Crosst: Yolanda – RFL and Tracing Form
Twitter: @philredcross @justcallmelloyd @ilovemishang @lynvgarcia or use the #TracingPH
Phone of Red Cross:
Mobile: +63-917- 5328500
Landline: +63-2-5270000 ext. 126
Tacloban Database: Tacloban Rescue Database
I hope these links and addresses allow you to find your family, relatives and friends.
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