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Las Vegas Nurse Helps With Relief Efforts In Philippines
Las Vegas Nurse Helps With Relief Efforts In Philippines

AIR DATE: December 18, 2013

The latest count of those lost to hurricane Haiyan now stands at 6000. The storm set records for such storms. Tens of thousands more Filipinos are still recovering from the devastating storm.

Myra Hidalgois, a registered nurse in Las Vegas, went on a convoy to the Philippines, specifically to Roxas City on the northern end of Panay Island. She's back in Southern Nevada to share with us her experiences helping the many victims back in her homeland.


Myra Hidalgois, registered nurse

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