Jailbreak in Yolanda-hit Leyte; inmates complain of 'lack of food'

LEYTE, Philippines – Almost 200 inmates of a Philippine jail damaged by Super Typhoon Haiyan bolted the prison on Thursday, January 30. It's the second mass jailbreak since the storm, the jail warden said.

Police soon rounded up 147 of the 185 who escaped the provincial jail in the storm-ravaged island of Leyte but 38 remain at large, said jail warden Merly Vertulfo.