Monday, 18 January 2010

At Least 70,000 People Who Died in Haiti Earthquake Have Already Been Buried.


As my previous post about "How to Donate to Disaster Relief in Haiti"...And here with this post, with another latest news from BBC News: A leading US general in Haiti, Lt Gen Ken Keen, said up to 200,000 people might have died in the disaster, which he said was of "epic proportions". Among this number, 200,000 people might have died, at least 70,000 people who died in the earthquake have already been buried. How about other people, that might have died about 130,000 people more?


PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - JANUARY 14: Cindy Tersme weeps for her brother Jean Gaelle Dersmorne, 14 years old, amid the rubble of the earthquake as he crawls past a schoolgirl that died at Ecole St. Gerard on January 14, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. She said "I can see my brothers feet but can't pull him out." Haitians are upset at the lack of rescue aid both locally and internationally. (Photo by Carol Guzy/The Washington Post ) StaffPhoto imported to Merlin on Thu Jan 14 15:03:01 2010- Photo Source


Inside Haiti disaster: Latest witness report on quake aftermath:



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