Typhoon relief in Chicago hits a snag
CHICAGO, Ill. --- Residents of Chicago have donated food, clothing and emergency supplies to help typhoon victims in the Philippines. But there is only one cargo plane available to deliver the donations.
Health officials say the aid is desperately needed by survivors.
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn says they are willing to do whatever they can to get everything to those in need.
"It's very, very important that we deliver the goods. We have O'Hare Airport which is a great airport, not far from here. And our state has provided is willing to provide trucks wherever necessary to help transport items that are here to the airport," Governor Quinn said.
Disaster officials in the Philippines say the death toll is now at more than 3,600 people.