She says family members from surrounding areas have been converging on Hsiaolin, demanding that helicopters be sent to their villages too.
Some are carrying signs that read, "Save my village".
The search for survivors has been a slow process as the only way in and out of the villages is by helicopter, our correspondent adds.
The BBC's Alastair Leithead, also at the Qishan rescue base, says a high school playing field has become a landing pad for helicopters, and ambulances are lining the running track to ferry the injured to hospital.
Alastair Leithead: "It's been another tough day for the rescuers"
Morakot lashed Taiwan with at least two metres (80in) of rain over the weekend.
It is typhoon season in the North West Pacific, which brings storms like Morakot with exceptionally high rainfall and strong winds, said Liam Dutton from the BBC Weather Centre.
But, to put it in context, he said Morokot brought around 40 times as much rain to Taiwan as would fall on a typical wet weekend in the United Kingdom.
Typhoon Morakot has caused at least $225m (£135m) in agricultural damage, while nearly 30,000 houses are still without power and 750,000 homes are without water, according to the latest estimates from officials.
The storm also hit mainland China, where about 1.4 million people were evacuated from coastal areas, eight people died in flooding and up to 10,000 homes were destroyed.
In the town of Pengxi in China's eastern province of Zhejiang, a landslide toppled seven older houses, reportedly killing two people.
Meanwhile in Japan, another seasonal storm, Typhoon Etau, caused floods and landslides that have killed at least 15 people since the weekend and left a dozen missing.
About 1,000 people spent Tuesday night in shelters and 4,600 households were without water, officials said.
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