Deadly Typhoon Leaves Thousands Stranded in Philippines

At least 20 people have died since a typhoon made landfall in the Philippines on Christmas Eve.

The typhoon struck the island with wind gusts over 120 miles-per-hour.

More than 2,000 people have been affected according to disaster management officials.

The typhoon has forced more than 100 domestic flights to be canceled, leaving more than 15,000 passengers stranded.

Emergency crews are also struggling to restore power to thousands of people.