Stuck in Duluth, Searching for Haiyan Survivors
Posted at: 11/13/2013 10:49 PM
| Updated at: 11/13/2013 10:57 PM
As a port city, Duluth gets many visitors from around the world.
Right now, there is a group of people working on ships from the Philippines.
They're staying at the Seafarers Center in Duluth and working furiously to find their families after Super-Typhoon Haiyan.
"There's one young man who is waiting to hear about his brother-in-law, and a couple of cousins," said Tom Anderson, director of Seafarers Ministry. "Still don't have word."
"Maybe I can go home the first week of December," said Gohnray Abelges, a sailor from the Philippines whose almost done with his contract. "I hope I see him soon."
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