When Typhoon Mangkhut made landfall in the Philippines on September 14, 2018, it struck with the force of a Category 5 hurricane. Winds up to 170 miles an hour and torrential rain battered the islands, killing more than 120 people and leaving many victims buried under landslides. Among them was 36-year-old Joy Tudo, a gold miner and member of the Ifugao, a group native to the Cordillera Mountains of Luzon, the main island of the Philippines.
As the typhoon bore down on the mining town of Itogon, Tudo and some 80 others took shelter in a pair of bunkhouses at the mouth of a gold mine they called Zero-Seventy. Riding out the storm with Tudo were her cousin Jasmin