Philippines Reels in Wake of Typhoon Sarika
Typhoon Sarika slammed into the Philippines over the weekend knocking out power and isolating villages amid floods and toppled trees.
Filipino fishermen secure a boat at a swelling river in Las Pinas city, south of Manila on Oct. 15 2016.
Villagers examine a flooded home in San Leonardo, Nueva Ecija province on Oct. 16.
A man collects house materials damaged by floodwaters in San Leonardo on Oct. 16.
A villager collects house materials damaged by flooding in San Leonardo on Oct. 16.
Children play at a swollen creek under a bridge in Manila on Oct. 16.
Villagers work on a damaged house in San Leonardo on Oct. 16.
A villager wades through floodwaters in San Leonardo on Oct. 16.
People affected by the typhoon take shelter at a makeshift evacuation center in San Leonardo, on Oct. 16.
People collect recyclable materials washed ashore on Oct 16, after Typhoon Sarika passed north of the capital overnight but hit parts of northern Luzon island.
A resident collects recyclable materials from debris along the shore in Manila bay on Oct. 16.