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Residents continue their struggle against floodwaters in the Philippines

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Residents wade through floodwaters while boats queue up to ferry others at Calumpit township, Bulacan province, Oct. 3, 2011.

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A child carries a wet puppy on a flooded road in the farming town of Calumpit on October 3, 2011, north of Manila in Bulacan province, a flat farming region hit particularly hard by the heavy rains of Typhoons Nesat and Nalgae.

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Residents use an improvised raft for transport as floodwaters continue to inundate their homes at Calumpit township, Bulacan province, north of Manila, Philippines, Monday, Oct. 3, 2011.

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Army rescue teams and volunteers carry a dead body on a stretcher through floodwaters in Calumpit town on October 3, 2011 in Bulacan, Philippines. Destruction and flooding in the wake of the powerful typhoons Nalgae and Nesat have left nearly 60 dead and millions affected as disaster management teams and aid agencies scramble to provide much needed food and assistance.

Floodwater are now starting to recede following two typhoons that killed nearly 60 people, but more boats are needed to bring food and water to residents who refuse to abandon their inundated homes.  Full story.  And our video report below:

Relief workers are struggling to help residents in the Philippines who are trapped by rising flood waters. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.