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WATCH: Emotional reunion after Typhoon Haiyan ordeal
There's been an emotional reunion at Melbourne Airport between an East Bentleigh Mechanic caught up in the Philippines typhoon and his worried wife.
Sam Eingorn was with his brother Phil in the remote village of Cebu when the category five Typhoon Haiyan made landfall.
WATCH: Sam and Lana reunited at Melbourne Airport
His wife Lana couldn't contact Sam for five days before they were reunited on the Neil Mitchell program.
The pair was reunited at Melbourne Airport this afternoon.
The East Bentleigh mechanic told of how he and his brother’s family gripped to life in a house in Cebu during the storm.
"Just under the kitchen table, under the table hiding," Mr Eingorn told 3AW News.
The couple are now on their way home to Bentleigh.