Typhoon Haiyan: Scenes of devastation, calls for help
Tacloban, Philippines (CNN) -- Juvelyn Taniega walks down a desolate road and points toward the barren landscape where her home once stood.
When Typhoon Haiyan tore through Tacloban, she says, the house she lived in with her husband and six children was one of the first to fall down. They huddled inside a bus, seeking shelter from the storm surge.
She survived, but they were swept away in the rushing waters. Now, Taniega is searching for their remains.
"I really want to see them," she told AC360, "even if it's just their bodies."
Taniega found the bodies of her husband and three of her children. But she's still searching for three other children. She doesn't believe they survived the storm.
And she doesn't know where she'll sleep.
"Here, in the street," she said. "Anywhere. I don't know where I go."
In Tacloban, one of many cities dealing with death and destruction that Typhoon Haiyan left behind, survivors say there's nowhere left to go.