GalleryScenes From the Wreckage11.11.13GalleryScenes From the WreckageOne of the largest typhoons ever recorded tore through the Philippines on Friday, killing thousands as winds ripped away roofs and waves washed away homes. See photos.11.11.13 1:39 PM ETAaron Favila/AP,Aaron FavilaSee photos of the damage.With estimates of more than 10,000 dead and terrifying scenes of destruction, typhoon Haiyan has left havoc in its wake in the Philippines. The scale of devastation is now threatening to engulf the amount of resources deployed to control the situation. More than 600,000 people have been displaced, and in one city, Tacloban, the UN is reporting a mass grave with 300 to 500 bodies. Tacloban was hit by waves and winds up to 235 mph. With 70 to 80 percent of structures it touched in ruins, most of Haiyan's damage was caused by huge waves. See photos of the damage. Ted Aljibe/AFP/Getty This aerial photo shows destroyed houses in the town of Guiuan. Aaron Favila/AP Survivors look up at a military C-130 plane as it arrives at typhoon-ravaged Tacloban city. Bullit Marquez/AP Residents queue up to receive treatment and relief supplies at Tacloban airport. Aaron Favila/AP Survivors fill the streets to the downtown area as they race for supplies at typhoon ravaged Tacloban city. Jeoffrey Maitem/Getty Residents carry a coffin in Santa Fe, Leyte. Dondi Tawatao/Getty Two young boys look at the devastation in Tacloban City. Bullit Marquez/AP New-born baby Bea Joy is held by relative Michelle Satur after mother Emily Ortega, 21, gave birth in an improvised clinic at Tacloban airport. Francis R. Malasig/EPA, via Landov A view of the super typhoon devastated city of Tacloban. Noel Celis/AFP/Getty Residents loot water damaged sacks of rice from a rice warehouse in the aftermath of typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban. Bullit Marquez/AP,Bullit MarquezDestroyed houses in Tacloban on Sunday. The city remains littered with debris from damaged homes. Residents have reported cshortages of food and water and lack of electricity since Typhoon Haiyan slammed into their province on Friday. Bullit Marquez/AP,Bullit MarquezA child stands on top of a table surrounded by the typhoon wreckage. Bullit Marquez/AP,Bullit MarquezResidents cover their nose from the smell of dead bodies. Bullit Marquez/AP,Bullit MarquezThe hand of a dead body lies in the water. There may be as many as 10,000 deaths in the Leyte province, though only a few hundred bodies have been recovered so far. Jeoffrey Maitem/Getty,Jeoffrey MaitemDowned power lines and debris block a road in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. Rescue crews have had trouble delivering food and water due to te condition of the roads. Jeoffrey Maitem/Getty,Jeoffrey MaitemSubmerged cars sit in flood waters. Handout/Getty,HandoutAn aerial view of buildings destroyed in the Leyte province. Charism Sayat/AFP/Getty Massive winds ripped roofs off buildings and colossal waves washed away flimsy homes. Stringer/Reuters, via Landov,STRINGER/PHILIPPINES Residents walk along a coastal village road while strong winds batter Bayog town in Los Banos, Laguna, south of Manila. Nelson Salting/AP Residents living near the slopes of Mayon volcano are evacuated to public schools by police in anticipation of the powerful typhoon Haiyan that threatened Albay province and several provinces in the central Philippines.