MAY 20 2008 13:12h
As aid reaches survivors there is a scramble as Cyclone victims run for a truck delivering food.
They keep running, arms outstretched, their feet slapping the road, a crowd ready to catch food thrown out of the back of a moving truck or scramble for it as it hits the ground.
The truck packed with private food donations for cyclone victims in Myamar is not allowed to stop on its trip through the Yangon District. Making private donations violates the military-controlled government law.
In the aftermath of the disaster which has left at least 134,000 dead or missing, aid groups say many people in cyclone ravaged areas are now relying on such relief to survive.