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Updated: 02/04/2014 08:01:44PM

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PHOTO COURTESY OF THOMAS GUAY

A food line in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan struck on Nov. 8.

PHOTO COURTESY OF THOMAS GUAY

A food line in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan struck on Nov. 8.

PHOTO COURTESY OF THOMAS GUAY

Thomas Guay and sons Tank, 3, center, and newborn Teddy, whom Thomas helped deliver.

PHOTO COURTESY OF THOMAS GUAY

Tank Guay's school in Dologan after Typhoon Haiyan. Thomas Guay is returning to the Philippines in two weeks to help rebuild it.

PHOTO COURTESY OF THOMAS GUAY

Thomas Guay outside a relief plane after Typhoon Haiyan.

PHOTO COURTESY OF THOMAS GUAY

A food line in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan struck on Nov. 8.

By BOB MUDGE

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As the world looked on in horror at the destruction caused by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, Thomas Guay was flying over it in a military plane he’d hitched a ride on, wondering if he’d ever see his family again.

Guay had been in Bangkok, Thailand, as the storm approached in early November, on an assignment from BMW Motorcycles, for which he is a roving ambassador, enticing prospective purchasers with tales from the open road. He wasn’t worried about yet another typhoon approaching the area.

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