A lot of people have actually come out to rebuild their houses, collect their roofs, items or furnitures basically scattered all over the streets," ABS-CBN News correspondent Jeff Canoy reported for ANC's Dateline Philippines Tuesday noon.
described the scene as "heartbreaking" as the typhoon destroyed houses and damaged buildings and other infrastructures.
"Everyone's waiting for development from the local government.
Everyone's waiting for help," Canoy
said a couple of families lived on the streets after their houses were destroyed by strong rains and winds.
"There are lines of people trying to get some drinking water, some people are asking for food and others are waiting for relief goods to arrive," Canoy
As of posting, power lines were still down in the whole province, but some communication lines had been restored.
"The local government is looking into the extent of the damage of super typhoon Juan.
But information has been scarce since they are having a problem with phone signals and phone lines.
There is also no electricity here in Isabela," said Canoy